Women came in droves to the Royalston Fish & Game Club on Baldwinville Road to learn how to fire guns during “Ladies’ Day at the Range” Saturday. One hundred and seven women — far more than were originally expected to show up — formed a long line to register for the event a full half-hour before it even began.
Women of all ages and experience levels participated in “First Shots,” a free seminar sponsored by the Royalston Fish & Game Club and the National Shooting Sports Foundation. Safety was the number one priority of the day, followed closely by “having fun.”
The event’s directors were surprised at the turnout. They had a limited amount of 20-gauge shotgun ammunition, allowing women to take only three shots apiece. Women were each allowed 10 rounds in all on various guns.
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by Tactical-Life / Oct 15, 2012