Robyn Sandoval owns the nation's largest firearms training organizations for women. A former gun control advocate, she shares her journey to supporting gun rights.
Robyn Sandoval is a converted anti-gunner, who shares her journey from gun control to gun rights. Robyn is the owner and Executive Director of A Girl & A Gun Women’s Shooting League, and manages the day-to-day operations of the organization. She is a Certified Pistol Instructor, Range Safety Officer, and has trained under many notable instructors. She is a recreational and competitive shooter in several sports and disciplines. She serves on the Board of Directors and Advisory Board of Women for Gun Rights and regularly meets with members of Congress. She famously says, “Moms who make demands to take our rights don’t speak for moms like me.” Robyn is a frequent speaker at national conferences and podcasts on gun-related issues. She was on the cover of TIME magazine in November 2018 and her profile is displayed at the Buffalo Bill Center of the West museum in Cody, WY. For her advocacy work, she was honored with the 2019 Defender of Liberty Award from the Second Amendment Foundation. Robyn holds a Bachelor of Arts Magna Cum Laude from St. Edward’s University.