“Especially with a topic as serious as gun safety I wanted to make sure that when my children cracked open a book they saw another child or a parent or real life scenarios that didn’t look like something that they would see on Netflix for some fantastical cartoon.” — Julie Golob
Kids and guns, the NRA, women’s issues, tips for instructors, compelling backstory–it’s all here! In her first (and hopefully not last) appearance on the show, Julie Golob expertly navigates the varied range of topics we had to throw at her. Julie–Mom, Professional Shooter, Author and Veteran–talks briefly about her goals for the NRA as she runs for a position on the board of directors.
Julie delves into her young days on the range with her father that lead to her eventual career and how those experiences and her mentors have shaped her as the strong advocate for the shooting industry she is today. She shares her thoughts as a mother teaching her children about firearms–and authoring a children’s book on firearms safety; advice for instructors on introspection in areas of struggle while teaching; and her hopes for firearms owners at large in this tremulous political climate.
If you wanted to get more of the personality and ideals behind Julie, then you won’t want to miss this episode.