Catering to the female firearm enthusiast
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One of the major misconceptions about the firearm industry in general is the prevailing stigma that it is exclusively dominated by males. On the one hand, it's actually fairly easy to see why. Many gun enthusiasts were likely exposed to their favorite hobby for the first time by an older male in their family. It's also not necessarily common to see a female down at the gun range, depending on the area of the country where you live.
Despite this, however, there are actually a huge number of female firearm enthusiasts out there that represent a huge new revenue potential that is just waiting to be taken advantage of.
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