By Evan Cobb See Original Story here Debby Jackson sat at her kitchen table cleaning a disassembled Sig Sauer P365 handgun. Jackson removed the buildup from the barrel, which natural develops after firing the gun. Jackson cleaned the two handguns in preparation for a defensive firearm workshop for women near Fort Collins, Colorado. This is […]
See original story here By: Warren Mass The New American published an article last August citing the latest report from the Crime Prevention Research Center (CPRC) showing that nearly two million Americans obtained their concealed-carry permits in 2016, and this trend shows no signs of slowing down. The article observed that most of the growth in gun ownership […]
See original story here: By Kathryn Ross / Wellsville Spectator Posted Feb 25, 2019 at 11:11 PMUpdated Feb 25, 2019 at 11:11 PM MANSFIELD, Pa. — With the ever present dangers in our world today, some women find that they feel safer and empowered when they know how to use a gun. “We don’t call them firearms or weapons. We call them guns,” said Co-Chairman […]
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.
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