By Kyle Jillson | June 13 2011 16:34

From WBOY-TV in West Virginia comes a news segment on one woman coming to a Women On Target event in Salem, West Virginia all the way from Sandy Lake, Pennsylvania to learn how to properly shoot a firearm.

Women 'On Target' at Salem Rifle and Pistol Range
Daunting ladies pack heat for an introductory firearms class Saturday.

SALEM -- Ladies, we all know we're capable of doing a lot of impressive things.

But how comfortable are you with shooting firearms?

Sandy Clark hasn't had a lot of experience with guns, but she sees her son and husband shoot, and would like to help other women get acquainted, too.

“I really feel that women have a desire to learn about guns, but they are intimidated by men, and then, instructors,” she said. “So what I'd like to do is learn all I can from the NRA and the Women on Target, and to be able to pass that onto girls up near my area, in northern Pennsylvania.”

That's right - she came all the way from Sandy Lake to Salem to learn to shoot like a girl.

But it sounds like she was lucky to get into the Women on Target Instructional Shooting Clinic at the Salem Rifle and Pistol Club.

This year, registration was full weeks in advance.

Continue reading the rest of the article at WBOY-TV's website here.
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