FAIRFAX, Va. –– (Ammoland.com) – Elizabeth Lanier has made major strides in the shooting world.
She has been instructing for eight years and in 2012 became the 4th woman to achieve National Sporting Clays Association Level III Shooting Instructor status – a certification that required a minimum of 1,500 teaching hours.
Adding to the list, Elizabeth recently became a Coordinated Shooting Method associate, as well.
But the fun really got started when she founded GRITS (Girls Really Into Shooting).
If you’re not having as much fun shooting as this group of gals, you’re not doing it right.
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