About Women of Caliber

women of calber logoWomen of Caliber is committed to empowering women physical and firearm self-defense, for women – by women.  This education is in part through a proprietary shooting method which teaches accurate and competent execution, even in climatic scenarios.  Women of Caliber also teaches the UT Concealed Firearm Permit Classes.  Additionally, Women of Caliber is actively involved in Second Amendment rights and defending the Constitution of the United States. 

The Women of Caliber Director of Training holds the most extensive NRA discipline certifications than any other female in the Western States. 

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8 Responses

  1. Noticed on your main site that you had april 19 1775 on your logo…Had to giggle THATS MY HOMETOWN!

  2. Cool. We celebrate that one pretty seriously in our home.

  3. What a great website! I think the world would be a safer place if more women carried guns.

  4. Found this site through your preparedness blog and couldn’t be more thrilled! Thanks for all you do.

  5. What is your impression of “Attack Proof” the ultimate guide to personal protection…..I am considering purchasing their DVD for me and my two young daughters.

    • I’m flattered that you would even ask me, but frankly I’ve not heard of it previously. I should contact them and ask to review it. Thanks for the heads up.
      Happy New Year!

  6. I never gave it any thought before assuming a woman would normally carry in her purse but after stumbling into this site ( I was researching Obama’s claim of 30,000 or 50,000 gun or handgun deaths per year-you can tell I was hanging on every word) I came to realize that, at least in cold weather a woman has the perfect option of using a muff. They may make walking a little awkward but gee the readyness is amazing. Almost as good as brandishing but a lot less controversial

  7. Dear Kellene – I’m really enjoying reading your blog and learning a lot from here. I’m a 26 year old female and I visit Afghanistan for work frequently (I’m an aid worker). While, I’ve never been in a situation, but I know that with so many guns around, I need to learn how to operate them. While I don’t expect to ever become a pro, I would like to be more comfortable with a gun.

    So I went to the shooting range, yesterday and took a 3 hour intro to handguns class and then spent an hour in the range with a Sig P229. I have about 7 weeks before I go back to Afghanistan, and I want to spend this time becoming somewhat proficient in the use of firearms. I would like to know how I should train, and if there are any “training plans” that I can use? In general, any pointers on how I can go from a novice to an intermediate level, would help. I live in Northern VA, so any tips specific to this area, would help too.

    Thanks so much!!


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