Click here for video Of the 30,000 concealed carry permits issued in Utah last year, 19,000 went to women. At over 63 percent, it’s the highest female proportion in a decade. Michelle Camp is a firearms instructor and state leader of The Well Armed Woman. She says the mindset has changed for women in the state. […]
See original story and video here By Jen Jacobson Chelsea Thurman never thought she’d need a gun to protect herself until she was sexually assaulted. “It’s never one of those situations where it’s going to be you until it is you and after that I became very enthusiastic about carrying and about getting a lot […]
Posted by MNA Staff on May 9th, 2018 MASON COUNTY — The Well Armed Woman (T.W.A.W) Shooting Chapter of Mason County aims to educate women on a variety of topics including teaching gun safety, reducing the intimidation factor and increase a woman’s skill with firearms, based on her individual needs. Its next meeting will be held from 6-8 p.m. […]
Teaching other women teaches me. TWAW has afforded me opportunites to travel around the country, forge nationwide relationships, and make a feminine mark in a male dominated industry!
Now in my mid-60’s, I face the hard truth that my youthful mind and aging body are at odds. Rampant evil exists; I need a means to level the field and give me a chance to survive an evil encounter. TWAW is that means.
We are living in a time that is marked by change. In every aspect and on every level, life is not what it used to be. For women, today’s new reality requires some major changes. One significant change is the woman’s journey from being the protected to becoming the protector.
CARRIE LIGHTFOOT – FOUNDER
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