Clothes for Sportswomen with Jen O’Hara of Girls with Guns Clothing – Ep. 47

Strap in for another episode of TacticalPay Radio! It’s our last show for 2018 and we have a great one for you as Brett chats with guest Jen O’Hara about how she co-founded a wildly successful clothing business for women gun owners.

Jen was already a successful entrepreneur and real estate agent when she and her best friend Norissa Harmon decided to create GWG Clothing. Their hunting and fashion line is sold all around the world, from Canada to Europe to South Africa. They also host a popular TV show, Girls with Guns TV, produced for Pursuit Channel and Carbon TV by Universal Sportsman.

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Episode Highlights

  • Exactly how GWG went from a selling out of a garage to major retailers around the world.
  • Jen’s favorite moments from the most recent Shot Show.
  • What it’s like to star in a super-fun, adventurous reality TV show.
  • Which item in their fashion line is the most popular, and what’s coming down the pike!
  • And so much more!

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Industry Spotlight

Girls with Guns Clothing

Girls with Guns® Clothing was founded by two best friends, Jen O’Hara and Norissa Harmon, back in 2008. GWG was born out of a dream and fashioned through a partnership that is one part risk-taker and one part conservative.

The brand has come a long way from humble beginnings in a garage, and after nine years of hard work and determination, they are now pursuing our small-town American dream both locally and internationally. Girls with Guns® Clothing has always been designed by women for women – and to quote their founders, “we are inspired by those out in the field and on the range, and we strive to perfect and innovate the latest and greatest pieces that fit a woman and are functional for all of your outdoor adventures.”

Girls with Guns Clothing is located in beautiful Northern California between Redding and Chico, a few hours south of the Oregon border, in the small town of Red Bluff, California…. but can always be connected with online.

TacticalPay Featured Community Organization of The Week

Each week, we select a “TacticalPay Featured Community Organization of the Week” from our listener submissions! Created to showcase a community organization that is doing important on the ground work related to the firearms community, nominees are selected by our listeners from hundreds of local clubs, shooting groups, hunting and wildlife organizations, education and advocacy organizations, and other firearms related community organizations.

We want to hear about organizations that deserve to be recognized, so if you know of a community organization that you believe is doing excellent work on behalf of the broader firearms community that you’d like to see recognized, drop us a line!

We’ve got a great one for you this week!

Safari Club International – Wisconsin Chapter

This week, we’re so thrilled to highlight the Wisconsin chapter of Safari Club International.

Safari Club International (SCI) is an international organization composed of hunters dedicated to protecting the freedom to hunt. SCI has more than 50,000 members and 180 local chapters. SCI members agree to abide by the organization’s code of ethics which includes making a positive contribution to wildlife and ecosystems, complying with game laws and assisting game and fish officers.

The goal of the Wisconsin Chapter of Safari Club International is to operate the association as a non-profit organization, consistent with its charitable purposes, while providing enjoyment and education for their members. They look to always conserve the animals that we love to hunt today for those who will come to love the sport tomorrow. They always promote good fellowship among all who love the outdoors and hunting. They promote conservation of the world’s renewable wildlife resources, recognizing hunting as one of the many management tools. They educate today’s sportsmen and the public, in conservation of our wildlife and our forests, which are our natural heritage. Lastly, they want to preserve their hunting heritage and share their hunting experiences and information among their membership.

If you’d like to learn more about them you can click here to connect with them on Facebook.