- Dec 21, 2009
Looking for a woman to write an article on the topic of her choice related to women in shooting sports or hunting.
The wife would like to write it herself thanks though. I just don’t know if she was allowed to not being a member of the site?My 16 year old daughter is a fairly accomplished huntress for her age, with a couple elk, mule deer and javelina in her big game bag along with small game and wingshooting, (also pretty lucky in drawing AZ tags). She is quite articulate with a lifetime 4.0 grade average up to her Jr year in HS so far. I can see if she would be interested. What do you have in mind?
I know it’s been a long time since this was posted, but are you still looking for a woman to write an article? I’m a female hunter from Oregon and have killed big and small game.Looking for a woman to write an article on the topic of her choice related to women in shooting sports or hunting.
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