The Well Armed Woman (TWAW) is a Ladies-Only Organization established by women shooters for pistol, rifle and shotgun sports. The league is designed to take beginners to whatever skill level they wish to achieve, and provide experienced shooters with more opportunities. The objective of some is to improve their skill levels for target and/or competitive shooting. Others, while wanting to improve their skills, also are interested in the aspects of self defense.
We meet at Trigger Time on the 2nd and 4th Thursdays of each month at 6:30 pm. Come to our next meeting and check it out! All levels are welcome! Call, email or stop by for more information!
Come join in on the fun every Wednesday night!
$15 to participate (Trigger Time members $10), sign up starts at 5:30, shooting begins at 6:30. Watch our Facebook page for details on the weekly shoot. Must be 18 or older to participate. Sign up starts at 6pm, and the safety briefing will be at 6:30pm (new shooters please arrive at 6:15pm). You must be here for the entire safety briefing (from start) to participate.
There are a few things that you need to know: (1) Admission will be $15 for non range members and $10 for members. Please bring your membership card with you. (2) Compensators are disallowed. (3) Race guns are disallowed. (4) Factory ammunition only; no hand loaded ammunition.
We are going to have a schedule that we will be following every month. Does the schedule mean that every month is gonna be identical? No. We will be changing things up with required magazine changes, load limits, target ordering, etc. The schedule will specify the type of guns we will be shooting each week.
1st Wednesday - Center Fire with Iron Sights or Red Dots
2nd Wednesday - Center Fire with Iron Sights only
3rd Wednesday - 22lr (sometimes it will be pistol and others rifle)
4th Wednesday - Center Fire with Iron Sights only combined with something special (lights out, tactical, etc)
5th Wednesday - Anything goes! Wanna put a red dot on your 22lr rifle, try out that new gun you haven’t shot, or pull that .32 PPK out of the safe? Go for it!