That particular encounter put the focus on G&A’s recent article, “25 Ways to Make Women Feel at Home on the Range.” Writer, Kyle Wintersteen, interviews women of all shooting and hunting backgrounds – such as Julie Golob and Melissa Bachman – to get from the source ideas anyone can do to introduce a female shooter to the gun range.
“25 Ways to Make Women Feel at Home on the Range” is now available online at
Guns & Ammo remains the world’s most widely read firearms magazine. G&A is part of InterMedia Outdoors (IMO), the nation’s largest media company exclusively serving the information and entertainment needs of more than 80 million outdoor enthusiasts.
“Combined with a recent infographic developed by National Shooting Sports Foundation on ‘new shooters,’ we knew we had to get our predominately male readers to understand it isn’t always easy for a lady to literally feel at home on the range,” said G&A Editor Eric Poole. “Women shooters are rising in our industry; we need to embrace that fact – and welcome them.”
About InterMedia Outdoors, Inc.: InterMedia Outdoors, Inc. is the largest multimedia company in the outdoor-enthusiast category, exclusively serving the information and entertainment needs of 82 million outdoor enthusiasts, with the largest network of websites dedicated to hunting, shooting and fishing; a portfolio of 15 market-leading magazines including: Guns & Ammo, Game & Fish, Petersen’s Hunting, North American Whitetail, In-Fisherman, Fly Fisherman and Florida Sportsman; 26 market-leading television productions, the largest library of outdoors television programming, custom publishing, consumer event business, syndicated radio programming and a multichannel consumer marketing and merchandising business.