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Two Stories

Susan LaPierre shared these with us at The Well Armed Woman National Leadership Conference last month. All I can say is that none of us will be the same. Two women, two very different outcomes. Both will have you on the edge of your seat and both will give you goosebumps. One will have you cheer at it’s conclusion and the other will have you in tears. I don’t share them for any other reason than to move you. To move you to make important decisions in your life, to move you to talk to those that don’t understand, to move you to train like you have never trained before, to move you to the full understanding of what The Well Armed Woman is committed to and to move you to do whatever you can to protect our Second Amendment rights.




Women's Survival Story Entry Form

Although not often seen in the news, many women have stories of using or possessing a gun in their self defense. Women who found themselves in very scary, life threatening situations and lived to share their stories because they were Well Armed Women; Empowered, Smart & Strong.

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2 thoughts on “Two Stories

  1. Cat says:

    Well, Sharon’s 911 call this most definitely disturbing. Especially since we have no idea what happened to her! A little more information would be nice. I hope she was all right.

    1. Marie says:

      Uh I don’t think it ended with her living.

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