When anthropologists find ancient bones, they can tell immediately if it was a male or female because women’s entire body structures are different. I probably don’t need to describe in detail what is different about the female form, but there are some things that particularly have an effect when we are shooting. Typically, women have longer necks and higher cheekbones than men, and our hands are smaller. Also, when we shoulder a gun, there’s a certain very feminine reason why it doesn’t fit exactly the way it does for a man, if you get my meaning. Often this affects the angle at which we have to hold the gun. And finally, it’s much easier for us to have a lighter gun when we will be carrying it all day in the field or on the clays range.