Women are a growing force in the firearms industry and many manufacturers are including them in their product development and marketing plans. Frankly they out number us and with their relatively lower representation as shooters, it is clearly a huge disadvantage to ignore a huge demographic with only an upside. Breach Bang Clearly has several female shooters in their community of misfits and malcontents, so it is only natural that they get their perspective on certain issues.
Ellen Pucciarelli is one such female shooter who happened to be part of the Costa Ludus 7.62 Heavy Course. You can definitely learn something from her viewpoint:
The Costa Ludus 7.62 Heavy Course hosted at Rocky Creek Ranch in Myakka City, Florida was the most fun experience I’ve had at a training course. At the same time it pushed me to the edge of my limits. Most classes either test my limits mentally and/or physically; this was the first class to show me how strong my spirit was; how badly I wanted to finish, do well, stay in the fight and hit the next target when I was too exhausted to move. A testament to my will power, if you will. In the months leading up to this course, I was advised by a few people to "just run your 5.56 AR, you’re a girl, everyone will understand." Well, I didn’t ‘understand’. Why couldn’t I run a heavy weapon? Moreover, why shouldn't I? For the rest of the story visit: BreachBangClear.com