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Francis Marion
08-09-2009, 1:06 PM
"Shoot like a girl... if you can!"

How many times have I seen couples attend our marksmanship clinics, often it's the male who is the gun owner and shooter, and the lady, being a very good sport, is sort of 'dragged along'. And then the surprising thing that happens is this: the guy is set in his ways and somewhat reluctant to change the way he shoots. The lady, in contrast, listens to the instruction, IMPLEMENTS the instruction, and therefore shoots VERY WELL right off the bat. Hence, shoot like a girl, if you can!

It is a high privilege to invite women and families to spend a weekend sharpening up basic rifle technique and learning personal stories of the American Revolution. The Appleseed Project invites California families to gather, meet, learn and shoot.

In fact, ladies, minors, elected officials and military personnel attend Appleseed marksmanship and heritage clinics free of charge.

This October 31-Nov1 weekend, at the South Bay Rod and Gun Club in Dulzura just east of San Diego, we'll have a spot reserved for your family. Come on out with a picnic lunch and spend the day improving your shooting and learning some fascinating, moving American history.

Sign up here for Dulzura near San Diego at South Bay Rod and Gun Club:
http://appleseedinfo.org/smf/index.php?topic=4053.0

Live too far away from San Diego to attend? Find an event nearer you right here:
http://appleseedinfo.org/smf/index.php?topic=4032.0

-FM

pullnshoot25
08-09-2009, 4:12 PM
"Shoot like a girl... if you can!"

How many times have I seen couples attend our marksmanship clinics, often it's the male who is the gun owner and shooter, and the lady, being a very good sport, is sort of 'dragged along'. And then the surprising thing that happens is this: the guy is set in his ways and somewhat reluctant to change the way he shoots. The lady, in contrast, listens to the instruction, IMPLEMENTS the instruction, and therefore shoots VERY WELL right off the bat. Hence, shoot like a girl, if you can!

It is a high privilege to invite women and families to spend a weekend sharpening up basic rifle technique and learning personal stories of the American Revolution. The Appleseed Project invites California families to gather, meet, learn and shoot.

In fact, ladies, minors, elected officials and military personnel attend Appleseed marksmanship and heritage clinics free of charge.

This October 31-Nov1 weekend, at the South Bay Rod and Gun Club in Dulzura just east of San Diego, we'll have a spot reserved for your family. Come on out with a picnic lunch and spend the day improving your shooting and learning some fascinating, moving American history.

Sign up here for Dulzura near San Diego at South Bay Rod and Gun Club:
http://appleseedinfo.org/smf/index.php?topic=4053.0

Live too far away from San Diego to attend? Find an event nearer you right here:
http://appleseedinfo.org/smf/index.php?topic=4032.0

-FM

I love teaching women to shoot. They are far more receptive than men ;)

Francis Marion
08-09-2009, 10:33 PM
Not only do ladies make good shots, even better, they make outstanding marksmanship instructors.

jacques
08-10-2009, 8:55 AM
There is also a Appleseed in Santa Barbara that weekend.

forgiven
08-14-2009, 11:26 PM
The women in my life have all out shot me and that really ticks me off.:)

armygunsmith
08-14-2009, 11:53 PM
All the women I have taught to shoot have been very fast learners and take instruction very well.

ntvinh986
10-09-2009, 3:38 AM
"Shoot like a girl... if you can!"

How many times have I seen couples attend our marksmanship clinics, often it's the male who is the gun owner and shooter, and the lady, being a very good sport, is sort of 'dragged along'. And then the surprising thing that happens is this: the guy is set in his ways and somewhat reluctant to change the way he shoots. The lady, in contrast, listens to the instruction, IMPLEMENTS the instruction, and therefore shoots VERY WELL right off the bat. Hence, shoot like a girl, if you can!

It is a high privilege to invite women and families to spend a weekend sharpening up basic rifle technique and learning personal stories of the American Revolution. The Appleseed Project invites California families to gather, meet, learn and shoot.

In fact, ladies, minors, elected officials and military personnel attend Appleseed marksmanship and heritage clinics free of charge.

This October 31-Nov1 weekend, at the South Bay Rod and Gun Club in Dulzura just east of San Diego, we'll have a spot reserved for your family. Come on out with a picnic lunch and spend the day improving your shooting and learning some fascinating, moving American history.

Sign up here for Dulzura near San Diego at South Bay Rod and Gun Club:
http://appleseedinfo.org/smf/index.php?topic=4053.0

Live too far away from San Diego to attend? Find an event nearer you right here:
http://appleseedinfo.org/smf/index.php?topic=4032.0

-FM
Thanks you for the post.

Francis Marion
10-09-2009, 1:19 PM
Glad you liked it, and thank you for saying so.

It's my pleasure to invite SD families out to spend a weekend shooting. I still have unreserved 22 caliber rifles available for shooters to borrow. First party to contact me may use them.

This will be one of the most memorable, fun and moving family experiences available.

Just a few weeks away, Oct 31-Nov1!

All skill levels are welcome. Celebrate Liberty and heritage through the exercise thereof. Show your kids what Liberty looks like, sounds like, and at what cost purchased by past generations.

bplvr
10-09-2009, 10:03 PM
My wife out shot me with her new Mossie 12 Ga. Persuader, so I'll pass this on to her so she she can make me look like duck soup again.
I really love watching her blow up those clays,hot damn but she is good! :D:)