From Our President
Goodbye 2017 and
Hello 2018! Whenever we roll over to a new year, I always
have that feeling of a fresh start, or a new beginning.
So it is with Arizona Women’s Shooting Assoc. with
new schedules and new classes.
Our rifle program
is growing, and some of us are practicing hard for our
match in Feb.
Even though it’s not listed yet we will be doing a rifle
Women on Target in Nov. 2018. We are also recognizing that many
ladies have AR15’s and need help, and we are stepping
up to meet this adventure.
January will be doing team competition and hot chocolate. Also
this month we are hosting and NRA women only rifle instructor
class. February will bring a gun cleaning class only, due to
all the activity at Ben Avery. March finds us doing a Basic
Pistol Class on the 17th. This is a thorough class for first
timers and the prerequisite for anyone who wishes to become
an NRA pistol instructor. Please stop by and visit us at the
Game and Fish Expo the end of March. We look forward to seeing
everyone there, and come and take a chance on our Glock 19 pistol
that we will be raffling off.
April shows us 2 classes, an NRA Pistol Instructor’s class
and our annual spring Women on Target class.
Stay up on our face book as we continue to keep you informed
of new happenings and what you missed.
Something to Consider
Your dues of $50 a year is supporting a women's organization,
taught by women with experience in teaching and competition.
We have spent hundreds and thousands of dollars developing our
classes to educate you for a small investment. Look around and
you will see how much classes cost elsewhere. It's important
to us to teach good quality education to women and keep the
cost down in these challenging economic times.
So if you're looking for quality education and stretching the
dollar than look no further. Come and visit us at the Arizona
Women's Shooting Associates, for the quality education in a
fun and safe environment.
Happy New Year and God Bless,
Women Teaching Women
AWSA teaches everyday shooting scenarios in a professional environment.
Striving to meet these needs by giving you the skills on how and when
to defend yourself is our goal. By having everyone participate in
demonstrations keeps the student very involved, and in turn the student
will teach another student to reinforce their learning process
AWSA teaches with repeated drills to create muscle memory to help
in the defense process. Knowing the condition of your gun at all times
is strictly enforced by the safety rules. The student will become
aware that this is not only a fun sport, but also a thinking sport.
Learning to plan their shots for competition and knowing when to reload
AWSA is a ladies group on the move. They might be sitting, kneeling,
prone, standing or running. To get you to this point is our goal,
and having fun doing it.
All instructors are NRA certified a combined 30 years of firearm instruction.