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Shooting From A Girl’s Perspective

Shooting From A Girl's Perspective

Shooting from a Girl’s Perspective is an article about this day and age and showing that owning a gun is not just for men. I’m a conservative woman in 2020. A lot has changed over the years. Before owing my first gun, I made sure my mindset was right. I took the right training courses and got my CCW (concealed carry weapon permit). Part of my practice is training with my gun often, keeping a record of when I go shooting is also important. I don’t just own a gun, I love shooting it. 

The Stigma 

If owning a gun isn’t enough, the stigma of girls can’t shoot still exists. The days when girls can’t own or shoot a gun are over. With practice and persistence, your aim and consistency gets better. Stick with it and soon you too will be shooting better than average. Knowing how to shoot a gun and feeling comfortable carrying is empowering as a girl. 


Make sure you do your research for a CCW in the state where you live. It is quite different from state to state. Be prepared and know it will take months for your background check and paperwork to be processed. Once it does, be thinking about which type of holster or holder you would like. Go online and see reviews, check out options in stores and by all means, try one on. 

Choosing Your Gun

Choosing your gun is very important, it’s not all about the look, but the feel. Girls tend to have smaller hands than guys, so look around and try them out before you buy. You want to make sure it feels comfortable in your hand. If you plan to conceal, size does matter. Make sure you practice drawing from your waist, pocket and handbag to see which way you like to carry. At one point, I thought I wanted a smaller, 380 purple gun. It was not comfortable in my hand and it kept sticking and I did not feel confident shooting it. My gun of choice is a Smith and Wesson 9mm. 


Our favorite site for choosing your best clothing for when you go shooting is Girls with GunsWhether you are dressing for work, concealed casual or going out to hunt, this website has many options for you. When picking your clothing, make sure to get a size larger than you wear so you can conceal comfortably. There are many ways you can conceal, so go with clothing that hides your gun the best for you. 

Shooting From a Girl’s Perspective illustrates we are a force to be reckoned with; feeling strong and confident. Go out there and have the courage to shoot, carry and radiate. At the end of the day, what really matters is you feel confident in carrying and shooting your gun and you feel comfortable shooting and conceal carrying your weapon?

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Historic! New Poll Records HIGHEST Level of Gun Ownership in America

Historic! New Poll Records HIGHEST Level of Gun Ownership in America

( – According to an NBC News survey done between November 10–14, 2023, 52% of Americans claim to own a gun, either themselves or someone else in their home.

According to NBC News, this is the most significant percentage of gun ownership they have ever seen in a poll.

According to data in 2013, 42% of Americans were gun owners. In 2019, 46% of Americans reported that they, or a household member, was a gun owner.

Currently, 52% of the population is affected.

Furthermore, over the years of polling, the percentage of Democrats who possess guns has also climbed.

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When asked if they or anybody in their home had a gun in 2004, 33% of Democrats replied they did. Forty-one percent of Democrats acknowledged owning a gun in 2023.

With 41% of Independents stating in 2004 that they or someone in their family had a gun and 45% saying the same in 2023, Independents have stayed relatively stable. (Independents who stated they owned a gun rose to 49% in 2013.)

According to a Harvard/Harris poll, six out of ten respondents stated that having a gun helps one defend themselves against criminals.

The absence of law and order has made Joe Biden a great gun salesman.

The New Pro-Gun Generation

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Nashville Covenant School Trans Shooter’s Manifesto LEAKED!

Nashville Covenant School Trans Shooter’s Manifesto LEAKED!

( – During a phone call on Monday morning, the Tennessee Bureau of Investigation (TBI) refused to confirm if the alleged leaked pages from the Nashville shooter’s manifesto were authentic.

The suicide note, 19 diaries, and other artifacts that the transgender suspect in the Nashville Christian school massacre is suspected of leaving behind have all been withheld from the public.

28-year-old Audrey Elizabeth Hale, a transgender former student, murdered three 9-year-olds and three adults last month in a mass shooting at the school.

Hale fired off 152 rounds during the targeted attack at the Covenant School in Nashville, Tennessee.

The attack appears to be a deadly hate crime by a deranged trans shooter against Christian Americans.

The media has largely ignored the attack that resulted in six deaths, including three children.

The local authorities and FBI refused to release the manifesto to the public following the mass shooting by Hale in March.

Law enforcement officials were allegedly informed by TBI Director David Rausch in April 2023 that “the killer did not write about specific political, religious, or social issues” in these documents.

Numerous regional publications have verified the photos that Crowder released.

Phil Williams of News Channel 5 criticized the article, referring to it as a “selective leak of three pages.”

According to The Tennessee Star, “sources in the Tennessee General Assembly who were allowed to view the Covenant Killer Manifesto by the Metro Nashville Police Department” provided independent confirmation of the photos.

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7th Circuit Court Rules AR-15s NOT Protected by 2nd Amendment

7th Circuit Court Rules AR-15s NOT Protected by 2nd Amendment

( – The United States Court of Appeals for the Seventh Circuit, a three-judge panel, ruled on Friday that AR-15s are not protected by the Second Amendment, overturning an injunction against Illinois’ “assault weapons” prohibition.

In the case of Barnett v. Raoul, U.S. District Judge Stephen P. McGlynn—a nominee of Donald Trump—issued the preliminary injunction.

The Seventh Circuit heard an appeal of McGlynn’s ruling and rendered a 2 to 1 verdict against the injunction.

The three judges were Michael P. Brennan, appointed by Donald Trump; Diane P. Wood, appointed by Bill Clinton; and Frank Easterbook, appointed by Ronald Reagan.

The majority on the tribunal that overturned the injunction was made up of Easterbrook and Wood.

They cited Heller’s (2008) assertion that “the right secured by the Second Amendment is not unlimited, like most rights.”

They continued by pointing out that the US Supreme Court determined in the Heller case that machine guns were not considered “bearable” weapons for the purposes of the Second Amendment since they might be “exclusively dedicated to military use.”

Next, Easterbrook and Wood discussed the parallels they discovered between M16s—which can fire in three-round burst mode or fully automatic—and AR-15s. They wrote:

“The similarity between the AR-15 and the M16 only increases when we take into account how easy it is to modify the AR-15 by adding a “bump stock” (as the shooter in the 2017 Las Vegas event had done) or auto-sear to it thereby making it, in essence, a fully automatic weapon.

In a decision addressing a ban on bump stocks enacted by the Maryland legislature, another federal court found that bump-stock devices enable “rates of fire between 400 to 800 rounds per minute.”

They added that both weapons “deliver the same kinetic energy” and employ the same ammo.

Judge Brennan dissented from the majority ruling, arguing that the Illinois “assault weapons” prohibition is unconstitutional because it lacks historical precedence in American culture and will fail if tried by Bruen (2022).

Brennan stated: “Preliminary injunctions against enforcement of the challenged laws are justified because the banned firearms and magazines warrant constitutional protection and the government parties have failed to meet their burden to show that their bans are part of the history and tradition of firearms regulation.”

The case is in the United States Court of Appeals for the Seventh Circuit and is Barnett v. Raoul, No. 23-1353.

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