Shreveport, LA, USA – -(AmmoLand.com)- Join us for the 4th Annual Babes with Bullets 3-Gun Challenge May 25-26, 2019. Once again, the Babes 3-Gun Challenge is Female (and Novice) friendly and Male inclusive!
Held at Kay and Jerry Miculek’s Shootout Range outside of Shreveport, LA, the Babes with Bullets 3-Gun Challenge was designed to meet the growing demand for 3-gun matches that are female friendly, but not at the exclusion of men.
The match features two Domains, with an aim to have an equal number of female and male participants. All match participants shoot the same stages of fire, with the Women’s Domain and Men’s Domain scored separately.
A unique feature of the Babes with Bullets 3-Gun Challenge is that the Men’s and Women’s Domains will have separate prize tables, with winners of the Tactical Optics Divisions guaranteed a $2,000 cash prize OR first pick off his/her Domain prize tables. Learn More…
The match registration and payment is being done this year through Practicscore.
If you are a CONFIRMED sponsored shooter please reach out to assistant match director, Jeannette Sharp at [email protected] to make arrangements for registration otherwise all registrations MUST be accompanied by a payment. If you register and pay, then afterwards receive a sponsor slot, we will refund your match fee via a check.
The match registration and payment will be taken at Practiscore this year. The link below will take you to that website. However, if you do not have an account established with Practiscore, then you’ll need to set one up. Once you are logged into Practicscore please refer under the area noted as MATCHES and put in 2019 Babes with Bullets; the match will show up for you to enter and pay.
About Babes with Bullets
Babes with Bullets is the only US traveling firearms academy to offer handgun and rifle training to women at all levels. Taught by an all-female team of national and world shooting sports champions, our three-day gun camps are designed to teach women to safely and confidently handle and operate a firearm in an informal “camp” atmosphere.
The first event was held in April, 2004, at the Louisiana home range of head instructor, Kay Clark Miculek. Deb Ferns, a novice shooter who shot a gun for the first time at age 45, was invited by Lisa Munson to attend the 2004 event. After a successful weekend of women teaching women to shoot in a supportive environment, the three ladies (Deb, Kay and Lisa) decided to offer similar camps at other locations across the country. With the assistance of Smith & Wesson, the women launched the Babes with Bullets firearms academy. More than a dozen years later, with over 5,200 alumnae, the Babes with Bullets camps continue to grow in popularity, and the company has expanded its’ programming to include a co-ed 3-gun camp, an annual 3-gun Challenge, and a novice ladies hunt.