NRA Certified Instructor, Cabela’s ambassador and Rocky Mountain Elk Foundation, Team Elk featured member Kristy Titus is set to host the 2nd Annual Women’s Shooting Clinic at the Craig Family Camp in Indiana this coming weekend.
According to the press release, this year’s clinic will involve an estimated 100 women rotating between five stations: 22 rimfire, shotgun, pistol, positional shooting scenarios and gun cleaning & safety, which involves hands-on firearms instruction.
Titus also hosted the clinic last year, where 85 women shot rifles, shotguns and pistols in a safe, controlled environment with the assistance of a team of skilled instructors.
“Last year, some of the women had never shot a firearm, but all left the clinic with huge smiles on their faces, armed with new skills and confidence to become more active in shooting sports and supporters of our second amendment. We have many great partners in the camp that support the event from Cabela’s, Buck Knives, and Montana Silversmiths,” Titus said in the statement. “This year we are expecting around 100 ladies that we look forward to helping learn some new firearms skills.”
As the press release notes, the Craig Family Camp was established by Jim, Leann and Jack Craig in order to help kids and novice shooters learn about firearm safety, conservation as it relates to hunting, shooting ethics and skills. It is supported by volunteers from the local community.