In fact, according to a recent Gallup poll 23 percent of woman reportedÂ they are gun owners, up from 13 percent in 2005.
That’s quite a jump for just 8 years. I have to wonder how many of them were already gun owners, but didn’t want to admit it, and are now it’s becoming more socially acceptable.
Maria Alampi at the Cherry Ridge Range in New Jersey teaches women how to shoot. While it used to be known as a manâ€™s sport, it may not be such the case much longer.
â€œA lot of women, a lot of college-age women, take the course,â€ Alampi said.
Anthony Colandro runs a firearm training school in New Jersey, where right now he said women are a driving force for business.
If this is the case in New Jersey of all places, our opponents are in more trouble than they realize. Especially given that women are more likely to try to do something about public policies that they don’t like, Emily Miller being a key example.