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15 Forgotten Benefits of Shooting – Infographic

There are some real benefits of shooting. As a Well Armed Woman, you know that the significant benefit of owning and training with a firearm is that it can save our lives, right? In fact, that is the driving reason most women buy a gun and learn to shoot. We also know it breaks the chains of fear of our self-protection that we as women live with, raising our confidence as we live out our lives. These benefits are huge and important to us.
The experts from made a whole research paper about benefits of shooting as well as another one about how dangerous it is. Researches made they job perfectly to highlight the main aspects. If you need more information about this use their website were writers will help you research any topic you are interested in.
I think we also would would agree that going to the range to train is just down right fun too! Getting to try new guns or working successfully on a new shooting skill, especially with others is so rewarding. There is just something so satisfying when you hit your target. I find, it is quite relaxing and stress reducing as well. The sounds, the smells can be just so soothing.
Check out this fascinating infographic from Minute Man Review. It highlights some of the benefits of shooting we may have forgotten or don’t often think about or realize. There are so many! Don’t let anyone tell you that shooting isn’t good for you, just look at all of these reasons!


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13 thoughts on “15 Forgotten Benefits of Shooting – Infographic

  1. Cathy Moss says:

    My boyfriend now husband taught me to shoot and it was one of the best things I’ve ever done. I joined TWAW 6 years ago and have never regretted it. I’ve learned so much and have made friends for life through a shooting connection. I’m not an instructor but am an RSO and really love helping other women to gain their confidence and empowerment by learning all they can about firearms. Fell in love with shooting.

  2. Roy Clark, Jr. says:

    “Fear no evil.”

  3. Diana Stephens says:

    Shooting has definitely helped my confidence. I recently became a leader of our local twaw shooting chapter!

  4. Kim says:

    Shooting is definitely a relief from stress for me

  5. Aaron White says:

    It’s great to learn that knowing how to handle a gun will give you more confidence in your life. My wife is wanting to feel more comfortable when she’s leaving work and she was wondering how she could have more confidence. I’ll be sure to tell her that she should learn how to handle a gun to give herself more confidence.

  6. Hazel Owens says:

    I never knew there were so many great benefits of shooting. I agree with you about how knowing how to handle a gun increases confidence and will make you more assertive. I love that you mentioned how it builds a community of people who share the same interests, goals, and desires. If I ever get a permit to carry, I will definitely look into firearms training with an instructor.

  7. Eli Richardson says:

    It’s interesting that shooting improve the body’s ability to deal with eye strain and eye coordination. My brother just got his permit tocarry, and hye wants to get some shooting praticve. I willlet hm know how a shhoting range will increase his eye coordination.

  8. Vicki Green says:

    ÷Excellent article.

  9. This was a really cool article, especially point two where it explains that shooting will improve the body’s ability to deal with eye strain and improve your hand eye coordination. One of my eyes is weaker than the other, and it would be awesome to be able to strengthen it naturally! Because I don’t have any experience with firearms, I’ll have to look for a competent instructor who can teach me about shooting and safety.

  10. Cantrelle says:

    I saved this as in my pinterest board as a reminder to come back to. Thank you so much for this great infographic of advice!

  11. Darlene says:

    This is a great infographic! I agree with it all!!!

  12. Vivian Lazzaro says:

    Great list of psychological and physical benefits!

  13. Those are really the traits of responsible gun owners provided that he/she goes through all the seminars and teachings of responsibilities and privileges.

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