It’s time for another episode of TacticalPay Radio! On this show, we’re talking firearms and freedom with yet another excellent guest. This week’s guest is Lauren Hartnett, who is a women’s empowerment advocate and a supporter of the second amendment.
She is the founder of Girl’s Got A Gun: A Girl’s Guide to the Gun World, a Staten Island-based Blog Site. She’s also a Chapter Leader for A Girl and A Gun Women’s Shooting League. Lauren is the NY state representative for the “The DC Project,” a non-partisan group of women working closely with their elected officials in Washington, DC, to give a voice to women supporting the second amendment.
Listen To The Show:
- Learn whether Lauren thought she was represented accurately by Time Magazine.
- How Staten Island’s gun policies compare to its neighbors’..
- Hear about Lauren’s experiences as an EMT..
- What Lauren and gun-control advocate Alyssa Milano have in common!
- And so much more!
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Industry Spotlight: Girl’s Got a Gun
Girls Got a Gun is the girls guide to the gun world. Bringing you all the latest information and news as well as product and gear reviews! It was created by Lauren Hartnett, who is the NY state representative for the “The DC Project,” a non-partisan group of women working closely with their elected officials in Washington, DC, to give a voice to women supporting the second amendment.
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!
Vermont State Rifle and Pistol Association or VSRPA:
We’re so thrilled to highlight Vermont State Rifle and Pistol Association or (VSRPA).
Their mission is “to actively advance and support Competitive Shooting in Vermont, with a particular focus and emphasis on expanding the participation of Vermont’s youth”
In their own words, “the VSRPA is all about Pride. Pride in practicing and expanding a discipline that was once venerated by all Americans; pride in bettering oneself with a skill measured at the National Level, and pride in ensuring that this skill is not lost to future generations.”
They offer clinics and instruction for a number of types of firearms, and offer special programs for both women and children. So, bottom line, they’re doing great work in their local community each and every day and so deserving of recognition. If you’d like to learn more about them you can visit them online at vsrpa.org
If you’d like to learn more about them you can click here to connect with them on Facebook.