Jonathon M. Seidl writes at the Blaze:
"For many women, a public range can actually be the first barrier to picking up a gun, simply because they don’t know what to expect."
That's how the introduction to the new NRA show, Love at First Shot, begins. And if you’re a woman who’s ever been intimidated by the thought of going to the gun range, it's entirely dedicated to you.
It's a show for the female shooter, and really for the beginning female shooter, although it’s great for anybody,” Natalie Foster, an NRA commentator, new wife, gun enthusiast and blogger told TheBlaze.
Foster hosts the show, which just launched on the NRA Women website. "There’s no content out there to help navigate the world of firearms, and it can get so overwhelming."
So the NRA and Foster set out to change that.
"We wanted to give women a starting point, a friendly face, a friendly format to where they can just click on it and say, 'OK, this is what I should expect going to the range for the first time'," the Blaze quotes Foster as saying at a recent NRA convention in Indianapolis.
The first episode of Love at First Shot is titled "First Trip to the Range" and covers a lot of ground in just over 15 minutes. Watch it here.
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