View Full Version : Good press for women on "Top Shot"
I don't have cable, so I won't be watching. But I thought this article was good.
“My advice for women who are interested in shooting—don’t be afraid of a gun, it’s just a tool,” said Lee. “It’s like having a baseball bat, but louder!”
You don't have to have cable TV or satellite TV to watch the show.
If you have internet service better than dial-up (I have DSL lite) you can watch the show. They have the full episodes at the history channel website a day or so after the episode airs. Last season Hulu also carried streaming Top Shot, I don't know if they do this season or not.
Here's the season premiere (http://www.history.com/shows/top-shot/videos/playlists/season-2-full-episodes#top-shot-2-sharpshooter-surprise).
The Fox News article seems to have forgotten:
Top Shot season 1 also had a female, Tara Poremba, who only left due to her father's terminal illness. After six years in the Marines Corps Reserve, Tara became the first female in the history of the Chicago Police Department to become "Top Gun" of her graduating class and was awarded "Top Gun" of the FBI Firearms Instructor School. A High Woman's State Champ in several states in Conventional Pistol, and a former National Champion, she earned her Distinguished Pistol Badge from the Civilian Marksmanship program and the President's 100 Award at the Nationals at Camp Perry.
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