Well done! Thanks for sharing that. More young women should be encouraged to get into this sport, they are our future. They will be raising our next generation of shooting sports enthusiasts and 2A supporters.TLynnHughes wrote:In keeping with Girls and Guns - this is a video of my niece's first round downrange with williamkevin's RRA about five months ago. Watch the video all the way to the end and pay attention to her face. It's priceless! [/url]
Here is picture of Brunetti's face immediately after the first burst with a FA Uzi...."Daaaaaaaaddy, I want one of these." Right after this pic she was immediately back into it. This was her 17th birthday, her choice for my gift to her. (Keen eyes will notice how she puts Scotch tape over one lens on her competition shooting glasses.)
She's currently a college freshman studying art in Israel and is trying to get some range time in, the gun ownership laws there are surprisingly strict and it's not easy for civilians to get in trigger time. While she could do a 3 month IDF boot camp experience, it would take too much time away from her art studies and she's working hard to build her art portfolio. For last Father's Day, she used her air rifle to spell out an I <3 U pattern for my card. Am I proud or bragging? You bet.