Think Pink


I don’t have to tell you, October is Breast Cancer awareness month.  It also makes me think about the first time I ever wore pink as an adult (when I was pregnant and it was a pink & white polka dot shirt) and how much I love pink now.  Sure, I get picked on by the guys at the range for wearing certain things that are pink and maybe they also pick on me a little bit for matching….but I have to say that Browning has some pretty cute shooting accessories. Check out all my pink purchases:

Now, I don’t have the gloves, because I just saw them online the other day, but I will soon.  I have the vest and it’s comfortable and cute!  To add to my collection of Pink shooting supplies, I also have a Pink Camo Shotgun/Rifle Case and a pink Griptilian from Benchmade.  I don’t care what the boys say, I like my pink products and will continue to add more!

In addition to shooting IPSC and Action Pistol, I also shoot Sporting Clays, or try to at least.  I’m not the best shot at that but it gives me the opportunity to shoot with my coworkers which is a great opportunity to build camaraderie, something everyone needs.

Saturday, October 24th is Make a Difference Day.  If you want to make a difference in the life of someone with Breast Cancer, please visit the Susan G. Komen For the Cure to do just that. You can make a donation, become an advocate, participate in an event and more!

(originally posted October, 19th, 2010)

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About Beth

Beth is a writer, amateur pistol shooter and public relations professional for a successful outdoor distributor. In her free time, she enjoys spending time with her family and friends, hunting, reading, blogging and sharing what she knows about the shooting industry. Email her at recowgill1@gmail.com for more information.
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3 Responses to Think Pink

  1. Cynthia Brown says:

    Love your new purchases!

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