Cultural Competence and Firearms

Disclaimer: The following is a (long-winded, rambling) opinion piece which reflects the views of the author only, and does not necessarily reflect the position of her business partners, her hospital, her state medical society, the institution that trained her, her great-grandmother’s hairdresser, or her deceased […]

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My Kitchen Table at Christmas

I just had the striking realization that it’s Christmas Eve, and that means I have to clean off the kitchen table. People might need to actually – you know- “eat” off of it tomorrow. Now, I don’t know about you, but my kitchen table is […]

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Recycled Chamber Flags

Now that more and more ranges are requiring chamber flags for firearms, I thought I would share my solution – and it cost me nothing (My favorite price!!!) I’ve heard of all kinds of homemade options for chamber flags – zip ties, etc, but once […]

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Mentors for Latebloomers

It occurred to me last week when I was discussing local buck season, that what I (and women like me) really need is a “Mentored Latebloomer” Hunting program. Many states have a “Mentored Youth” program, so why not a program to mentor the not-so-young? I […]

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Opening Days 2013

WARNING!!! If you expect to see photos of trophy bucks here, you are in the WRONG BLOG!Turn back now or risk your sanity!! LOL! Okay, now that I’ve got THAT out of the way… 🙂 I wouldn’t exactly call myself a “deer hunter”. But I […]

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Backstage Report and Minionhood

In October I had the privilege of getting an entirely different view of a Babes With Bullets Camp…But before I launch into that story, I have to give a little background first. As I keep saying, I’ve only been at this shooting thing for a […]

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My Road to 3Gun, Part 5

I really didn’t sleep much that night. Between excitement/anticipation, and hot flashes (mid-life is so much fun), I managed a couple hours’ rest but was awake at 4AM. So much for wanting to start the match bright-eyed and bushy-tailed. Ahhh well – adapt and overcome, […]

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My Road to 3Gun, Part 4

Thursday morning dawned bright and early for me. Even earlier than usual actually, because we were now on Central Time, and my body hadn’t adjusted to the (albeit small) time change yet. Honestly, even the switch to Daylight Saving Time takes me about a week […]

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My Road to 3Gun, Part 3

The remaining three weeks until the Big Match flew by in a haze of back-to-school physicals, band practice, and other “real world” activities that did not involve shooting. My job tends to have a big peak in August when everyone realizes that they need a […]

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