And then I started thinking about the people I know who offer gun-related services. This is by no means a comprehensive list. I'm giving myself a headache trying to remember everyone, so please feel free to add to the list if I forgot you or someone you think should be on the list. If I missed you, please be assured it was simply cranial flatulence on my part and wan't intended as a slight.
Gun-shaped soaps - glycerin-based soap with Aloe. Variety of colors; available in either cucumber-melon or peppermint scent. $1.50/each + S&H. Email firstname.lastname@example.org to order.
Bar soap with embedded gun - glycerin based soap with Aloe. Variety of colors; available in either cucumber-melon or peppermint scent. $3.00/each + S&H. Email email@example.com to order.
Paracord accessories - Southern Winds Solutions and The Asylum Creations offers bracelets, keyfobs and rifle slings. Mrs Mom has some ungodly number of colors to choose from. Email firstname.lastname@example.org to order.
- The Cornered Cat by Kathy Jackson
- Shoot by Julie Golob
- The Gift of Fear by Gavin de Becker
- Protecting the Gift by Gavin de Becker
- Just 2 Seconds by Gavin de Becker
- Mind Hunter by John Douglas
In Colorado, Double Tap Shooting Academy offers a wide variety of shooting instruction.
Mom With a Gun offers shooting and personal defense instruction. Sadly, I don't know where she's located, but I'm sure if you drop her an email, she'll be happy to talk with you. I've not met her in person, but I've followed her blog for a while and agree with her instruction philosophies. Edit: she's in Southern California.
Lynne at Female and Armed offers instruction in Virginia.
2A Mama is working in the Dallas, Texas area. Shepherd K is going to be checking out the shop/range that she recently started working for.
And, of course, A Girl is teaching in Virginia.
The guys at 13 Zulu make custom kydex holsters and do some absolutely amazeballs duracoating. If you can imagine it, they can duracoat it. Currently, I'm using a 13 Zulu holster and love it.
|This is actually my brother's gun.|
Photo cred: 13 Zulu
If you're not a fan of kydex holsters, Dragon Leatherworks does beautiful leather holsters. I was going to steal a picture to put up, but I couldn't decide on which to put up, so you'll just have to go take a look.
JayWilsonbyDesign still has some GunDiva shirts for sale. $20 includes shipping.
And just in case you want something that hasn't been covered here, GunGoddess probably has it.