Presenters - Ann Y. Smith, Donna Worthy, and Casey Jackson
If you a firearms instructor, sell firearms or just want suggestions on which handguns women like, don’t miss this seminar. The 3rd Annual American Rifleman Ladies Pistol Project commenced in July with a two-day event at an outdoor range, facilitated by Ann Smith of American Rifleman, and Donna Worthy and Casey Jackson of Worth-A-Shot Firearms and Training. This year, 66 women fired 26 handguns—22 pistols and 4 revolvers—in an ongoing effort to determine which guns, and in particular which features on those guns, women like best. With so many new pistol models introduced in the recent past, what will this year’s results yield? Find out first at this special session.
Meet Ann Y. Smith
Ann Y. Smith is the Senior Executive Editor, digital, for American Rifleman. An NRA Life member, Ann joined NRA Publications in March 2001. Within a year she was named managing editor, then executive editor, of NRA’s Woman’s Outlook (2002-2006), NRA’s first Official Journal to address the shooting, hunting and Second Amendment interests of NRA’s female members. In 2007 she became the first editor in chief of NRA Publications’ newly formed E-Media department, overseeing the development of several award-winning web properties, including AmericanRifleman.org, AmericanHunter.org and NRAFamily.org.
During the 2018 NRA Carry Guard Expo, lawfully carried firearms will be permitted in the Greater Richmond Convention Center in accordance with Virginia law. When carrying your firearm remember to follow all federal, state, and local laws.
Plan Your Stay
NRA Carry Guard Expo is your ultimate personal protection destination. Join us in Richmond, VA, for three action-packed days with the greatest firearms exhibitors and educators in the industry!