Shooting clay targets is so much fun! The gratification of seeing that orange disc floating out in front of the barrel, swinging through, breaking the shot and then watching it explode into dust is down right addictive. You can bust a bird with pretty much any shotgun, but to do it again, and again… and AGAIN? You […]
In 1882, Queen Victoria herself had written in a letter to her daughter, that although it was a perfectly acceptable for a woman to be a spectator, only ‘fast women’ shot.” Source: NRA Family | The Importance of Women to the Shooting Sports
Are you on Instagram? I am! Don’t tell Facebook or Twitter, but it might be my personal fav social media site as a trigger happy photographer. Here’s a quick snapshot of this month’s top photos and please consider following me at Instagram.com/juliegolob.
If you subscribe to my YouTube Channel then chances are you have already seen this video. I’m playing a bit of catch up here on the blog after a hectic few weeks of travel. It’s a breakdown of Stage 5, The Pits Challenge, one of the speed shoots from the 2015 USPSA Area 7 Championships. This is […]
As more women continue to get their carry permits, the International Defensive Pistol Association (IDPA) is attracting more women to the sport, including some who have never competed before. Watch tonight’s Shooting USA as I hosting an introductory class for a group of lovely lady shooters at the Smith & Wesson Employee Sports Center. Read more about […]
I love freestyle stages. It gives shooters the best opportunity to devise a walk through plan based on their shooting strengths and style. Stage 8, Groups of Three of the 2015 USPSA Area 7 Championships in Maine gave competitors several options. In this JulieG.TV video, I share my plan for how I tackled this shooting problem in both […]
Back in April I met up with Jessie Duff and the awesome NRA All Access crew for a turkey hunt with Triple Creek Outfitters in St. John, Kansas. Jessie and I have spent a lot of time on the range together and we are both hunters, but we have never had the chance to hunt together. […]