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Adrienne Nicotera “hated guns” until her Army solider, gun enthusiast husband finally got her to enroll in a National Rifle Association (NRA) basic pistol-training course.  Now, she has started her own chapter of the national A Girl and A Gun Women’s Shooting League in Pennsylvania.

Nicotera said, “I took my first shot, and I was like, ‘That was awesome!’ I thought it was the coolest thing ever.”

Despite being relatively new to the gun world, Nicotera contacted A Girl and A Gun about starting her own local chapter and took the NRA Instructor Pistol Shooting course in order to become a certified instructor to lead her A Girl and A Gun chapter.

Read more at The Reporter.

 

 

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