As female gun owners and 2A advocates, we highly suggest getting involved in organizations that advocate for women's Second Amendment rights.
These organizations work to educate women on gun safety, lobby for the protection of the Second Amendment, and provide resources specifically designed for female gun owners.
At Kinsey Rhea, we are honored to support the following organizations.
Meet The DC Project
The DC Project
is an educational and advocacy organization that brings women from all 50 states to Washington D.C. to meet with their elected officials and educate them on the importance of protecting the Second Amendment.
The group was founded in 2015 by Dianna Muller, a retired police officer and professional shooter, who saw a need for women's voices to be heard in the gun rights debate.
The DC Project is unique in that it is made up of women from all walks of life, including law enforcement officers, competition shooters, hunters, and stay-at-home mothers.
This diversity allows the organization to speak to a wide range of women's experiences with firearms and highlight the role that the Second Amendment plays in their lives.
The DC Project has chapters throughout the United States that are advocating for women's 2A rights at both the state and national level.
They have many ways that you can get involved
. They also help connect you with the representatives at both the state and national level so that you can know how to directly contact the representatives in your district to let them know how you feel as a citizen.
Meet A Girl & A Gun
Another organization we love is A Girl & A Gun Women's Shooting League
. This organization is focused on providing women with education, training, and resources to become confident and competent gun owners.
They offer a variety of programs, including beginner classes, defensive handgun training, and competitive shooting events.
A Girl & A Gun Women's Shooting League is also committed to creating a supportive community for female gun owners.
They have chapters all over the country that organize social events, range days, and other activities that allow women to connect with one another and share their love of firearms.
The NRA is the largest and most well-known gun rights organization in the country, and they have a strong focus on supporting women's Second Amendment rights.
Their Women's Programs offer a variety of resources, including training courses, competitions, and networking opportunities.
There are many organizations that advocate for women's Second Amendment rights, and Kinsey Rhea supports several of them.
Whether you are a new gun owner looking for education and training or an experienced shooter looking to connect with other women, there is an organization out there for you.
So, get involved and make your voice heard in the fight to protect the Second Amendment!