Protecting the Second Amendment
Cheyenne Dalton is one of the top female shooters in the world. She loves the competition and the sense of accomplishment she feels when she does well. But more than any of that, she loves using shooting as a way to connect with others.
"It's just a lot of fun. It's fun to get together with your friends and go shooting," she says. And Cheyenne is using her own talents to help others learn to enjoy the sport. Between competitions, playing five instruments, singing in her band, and working on the family farm, she spends time teaching others how to safely use firearms.
Cheyenne says, "We need to show the world that shooting is a fun family activity. Changing minds is a tough thing to do, but we need to do our best!"
Keeping the Second Amendment Alive
Cheyenne's love of shooting has driven her to actively campaign in favor of the Second Amendment. "Right now, I feel the Second Amendment is under attack from many sides," she says. "It's my belief that we as a community need to do a better job of showing people that may not understand what we do, how fun and enjoyable shooting can be."
As one of America's premier female shooters, Cheyenne believes it's part of her responsibility - along with everyone who loves the sport - to help protect the Second Amendment. She says, "At the end of the day, we need to fight to keep the Second Amendment alive."
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