Robyn Sandoval, Executive Director of A Girl & A Gun, is a gun girl now, but things weren’t always that way. Her journey into the gun community started in 2010 at the request of her husband who suggested the family get a gun in the event of a catastrophic event. Though Sandoval was nervous about the addition of a firearm into a house with kids, she agreed and immediately sought out training to learn how to wield the new gun.
After attending a Girl’s Night Out with A Girl & A Gun, she was hooked. Now serving in a leadership role for the shooting group, Sandoval leverages her experiences as a mother and once non-gun owner to encourage and advocate for 2A rights.
Guns.com caught up with Sandoval to talk about the unique perspective she brings to the industry and how her family has furthered her advocacy mindset.