We had another very successful Women On Target clinic at Airfield Shooting Club last weekend.
We had about 30 women from various areas of Virginia attend. I don’t think we had any foreign visitors this time like we did last time, but it was a pretty diverse crowd in every respect (except, perhaps, gender).
And, to close out the day, the traditional firing of the ceremonial cannon (home-built by one of our several resident engineers).
Of course, we covered all three shooting disciplines again: basic rifle, basic pistol and basic shotgun, but I was helping to mentor the rifle discipline this time so I didn’t have the opportunity to wander around and take pictures of the other disciplines and I didn’t bring the video camera this time.
Based on the number of smiles that were generated, I think we had a pretty good day.
There are pictures of the Shotgun discipline up on
and all of the pictures I took can be found here. I won’t leave them up forever, but they’ll be up at that location for a couple of weeks so participants can download any of them that they want. Once I take them down, I’ll update this page to reflect that they’re no longer available. UPDATE: The pictures are no longer available on my private web space. If you’d like a copy of one, e-mail me using the “Contact Me” link in the sidebar.