NRAWomen x Natalie Foster | Love At First Shot – Review

Girl’s Guide To Guns Natalie x NRAwomen with a haute (yea that just happened… I typed that) new show for ladies:

This episode covers the first trip to the range for ladies.  Proper clothing, safety gear, range safety, what gun to shoot first, basic function of the firearms, what to do at the range etc..

I didn’t lie when I said I was planning on watching.  You guys know me well enough by now, that despite my online friendships / loose affiliations I call a spade a spade no matter what.  If I think anything someone does isn’t as good as it could possibly have been I’ll offer what I like to think is constructive criticism, even though my delivery could often be more tactful and I know is occasionally taken the wrong way.  I can honestly say from a guy’s perspective, I think this show is exactly what future female hobby shooters, and the current female shooting community needs.  Now maybe that’s just me, and won’t be the thoughts of it’s intended female audience… but I really think this is going to be a hit all around.  Natalie, S&W champion shooter – veteran – hunter – author – around badass Julie Golob, and the rest of the women who I was not previously familiar with, are all great.  I can’t see any type of viewers feeling alienated by the way any of these ladies talk, dress or carry themselves.

One last thing I’ll say is, another thing I was impressed by is the way sponsorship was incorporated.  There were definite sponsorship plugs, but it was all done in such a fluid way and was actually helpful rather than being obtrusive and useless (as sponsors often demand).

NRA-Women-Love-At-First-Shot-LogoAnyway I know you’re most likely a guy, if you’re reading this blog and if you got to this point you might be rolling your eyes at me.  If you don’t want to take 15 min of your own time, tell a woman or two in your life about the show and the website NRAWomen.tv .  If they are already avid shooters they might not find this first episode all that useful, but I think it’s safe to say the next episode and on will cover different topics.

Thoughts?

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tincankilla May 3, 2014 at 12:57 pm

the only possible gripe i have is that the broads are too pretty-pretty in style. not every woman is some southern belle wannabe. that covers maybe 30% of the population of women and leaves out a big part of the population who would be great to attract to shooting.

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Buccaneer_9 May 4, 2014 at 10:07 am

^This exactly. Also, all of the pink stuff feels like pandering to females. My girlfriend hates when things that are not usually pink, are offered in that color JUST because it’s marketed towards women.

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