USA – -(Ammoland.com)- Not a lot about Eva Shockey’s career, lifestyle, or upbringing may appear “typical” to the average reader, but the challenges she’s faced to pursue what she loves are the same as most who set out to defy “normal” and follow their dreams.
While the number of female hunters has doubled to 3.3 million since 2001, and legislation now allows blaze pink camo in four states (and counting), it wasn’t an easy road.
For Eva to persevere, it took courage, discipline, and thick skin.
Growing up, Eva wanted anything BUT to be a hunter. Despite being born into a family that spent its vacations in the African wild and camping in Canadian moose country, Eva pined to be a professional dancer, like her mother. She didn’t think femininity could coexist with an outdoor life, but after returning from college in Australia, Eva found a renewed passion for all things natural, wild, and fresh. She eventually worked up the courage to ask her father to teach her how to …Read the Rest