On this week’s show, Carrie Lightfoot and Barbara Baird discuss how to find holsters and other carry methods for large-size women, and Carrie interviews Kathy, our latest Fan of the Month. Julie Golob offers tips on how to keep a training log or two, and the cohosts also talk about trending news and cool products. Sponsored by Ruger and NRA Women.
Carrie is preparing for the upcoming The Well Armed Woman’s Chapter Leader conference, to be held in Provo, Utah, during the last week of September.
Barb also has been working, but her work took her to Laura Ingalls Wilder Days in Mansfield, Missouri, where she competed in the rolling pin throw on the town square. She also tested Carrie’s AR, the DIADEM, for a shooting magazine and spent all day on the range with it last weekend.
Carrie wrote this helpful article about how to find a holster to fit a plus-sized body.
Barb said that researcher John Lott is proposing that the federal government should use the same background checks for voters as it does for gun buyers.
Last week it was lists … this week, pro competition shooter Julie Golob talks about the importance of keeping shooting logs. Sponsored by NRA Women.
Carrie found this ARK Bag, from Crossbreed Holsters, to store your important electronic stuff in during an EMP. ($19.95)
Barb has always admired Girls with Guns Clothing’s sizing range, and chose this trendy baseball tee in a plus size for this week’s pick.
Meet Kathy from California, our latest Fan of the Month. (Note: The Fan of the Month has been changed to a quarterly contest. Watch the space for the next entry period.)
TWAW Product of the Week
Carrie picked a new product in the store, a rolling range bag, to keep her arms free and easy during transport to and from the range. Barb wonders about the distressed buffalo option (as usual). ($154.95)
The WON’s Post of the Week
Cheryl Todd interviewed Antonia Okafor, campus concealed carry advocate, for this week’s highlighted post at Women’s Outdoor News.
We interviewed Antonia in Episode #18.
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