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Video—ARTV Feature: Ladies and Guns

ARTV takes a look at women and firearms, in an episode that goes behind the scenes with a women's pistol course in Fairfax, Va.

Right For You: Ladies Pistol Project 3 Results

What are the best handguns for women? We decided to ask them in the course of the Ladies Pistol Project 3. All told, 68 women fired 26 handguns and gave us their impressions.

Shoot Like A Girl Mobile Range on Hand at NRA NASCAR Night Race

This year mark's the organization’s first attendance as a featured exhibitor at the Night Race.

3rd Annual American Rifleman Ladies Pistol Project Wraps Up

Sixty-seven women converged in July 2018 to fire 26 handguns in order to determine which guns they liked best overall, specifically which features on the guns worked in their favor.

Carry Guard Expo Seminar: Ladies' Top Concealed-Carry Handguns

Results of the Ladies Pistol Project II, which takes a look at women's picks for concealed-carry pistols, will be revealed for the first time at the Carry Guard Expo Seminar.

The American Rifleman Ladies Pistol Project

An unbiased evaluation of 18 handguns by 35 women corroborates some theories about which guns women prefer, while debunking one of the most common schools of thought about what constitutes the ideal firearm for a woman.

The Last Thing Criminals Expect

Grandmothers are renowned for knitting, baking, canning and dedication to family, but a pair in Indiana is adding to that playbook, and has established Women Armed and Ready to train area women in the use of firearms to stop a criminal attack.

"This Gun Gives Her Nerve"

Almost since the inception of commercially viable semi-automatic pistols, women have been seen as potential users.

Women at the Great American Outdoor Show

What do women want? It's an age-old question that stumps more people than it really should...especially when all one would have to do is to walk the convention-hall floor at the Great American Outdoor Show here in Harrisburg, Pa.

Mothers and Guns

Sometimes it takes a bad guy breaking into the house for people to gain an appreciation for guns.

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