Deborah Gibson grew up on a dairy farm near Allentown, Pa., and learned at a young age how to hunt for deer and other animals.
Skeet and trap shooting — the art of shooting clay pigeons out of the air — were not among her family's outdoor pursuits.
Even when Gibson moved to Maryland years ago and met her husband, Steve, her father taught him how to shoot with a hunting rifle. Their interest in shooting eventually extended to pistols, and they now participate in local competitions.
But it wasn't until last year's "Shoot For The Cure," an event that helped raise money for the Susan G. Komen for the Cure, that the Gibsons thought about using a shotgun to bring...