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December 13th, 2007

Women in the Shooting Sports

From an upcoming documentary, here’s a nice clip about young women who are involved in the shooting sports. We think this is the kind of positive story that needs to be told by organizations such as the NRA. A variety of teen female shooters are interviewed, including a World Champion Skeet Shooter. Many of the girls mentioned that shooting gave them “a chance to spend fun time with [their] dad.” Others noted that shooting gave them a chance to train and compete with adults, and that was very fulfilling.


Girls in Shooting Sports

The video reveals that, “since 2004, the number of elementary and high school girls competing in shooting sports has increased by 178%.” If you enjoyed this trailer and want to learn more about the feature documentary, “A Girl and a Gun” by Cathryne Czubek, visit Producer/Director Czubek notes: “Women and guns have been inexplicably linked throughout American history, but a recent spurt in female gun-ownership begs a closer examination into what’s driving this trend.”

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December 13th, 2007

Google-Friendly Fuzzy Bunny Website Launched

Readers may have noticed that there are large, blank blocks in many of our editorial layouts today. That’s because, despite having approved this site for its Adsense program, Google decided last night that it did not want its ads for Gunsmiths, Reloading Supplies, Shooting Gear, and Rifle Scopes to appear on a web site that features Gunsmiths, Reloading Supplies, Shooting Gear, Rifle Scopes and other “gun stuff”.

To comply with Google’s policies, and to continue to provide a venue for Google’s Pay-Per-Click Adsense advertisers who purchased ads for gun supplies, gunsmithing services, gun safes, hunting gear, rifle scopes and the like, we have created a new webpage. On the new page, you won’t find any pictures of guns–just sweet pink fuzzy bunnies instead.

On our new Fuzzy Bunny page, we make sure to tell readers that guns are bad and fuzzy bunnies are good. You’ll learn that guns are “icky and scary” and you don’t need to have them. Conveniently though, you’ll still be able to find nice pink, click-friendly Google ads for rifle scopes, spotting scopes, hunting gear, gunsafes and all those other things. You’ll also find handy reprints of our technical guides about rifle scopes and spotting scopes.

Fuzzy Bunny Homepage

Have fun, shop safe, and remember … Google and the Fuzzy Bunny always know what’s best for you!

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