Sig Sauer Pink Mosquito, .22LR

Sig Sauer Mosquito

Aiming For A Cure - Pink Silicon Bracelet

Pink Silicon Bracelet

Charter Arms - Pink Lady DAO, .38 Special

Pink Lady

Pink Shooters For Hooters T-Shirt S-XL

Pink Shooters For Hooters

Black Shooters For Hooters T-Shirt S-XL

Black Shooters For Hooters

Paracord Survival Bracelet Pink (Two Color)

2 Color Paracord Survival Bracelet

Paracord Survival Bracelet Neon Pink (One Color)

Pink Survival Bracelet

3G Tactical Pink Logo T-Shirt S-XL

Pink Logo T-Shirt

The Belinda Prewitt Memorial Fund

The Belinda Prewitt Memorial Fund was established to create, promote and conduct special events supporting programs dealing with various stages of breast cancer in an effort to raise awareness and reduce the stigma of breast cancer through education on symptoms, treatment and support.

Belinda Prewitt, or as she was affectionately known to many; "Buffy" was from Tipp City, Ohio and died June 11, 2012 at Hospice of Dayton after a long battle against breast cancer. She was born on Little Rock Air Force Base April 19, 1967 to John and Diane Prewitt. She graduated from Tippecanoe High School in 1985 and became Interactive Account Director for Berry Network where she was employed for over 20 years.

Belinda was a breast cancer survivor who was selfless in her crusade to promote breast cancer awareness putting all others ahead of herself. She was a beautiful, strong and independent woman with a generous heart. She had a smile that was contagious with an onery laugh that brought happiness to all. She had a deep passion for animals, the beach, flowers and most importantly fun. Even in the darkest times, nothing could ever dampen her spirit.

Belinda is survived by her parents John and Diane Prewitt, her fiance' Matt Black, her sister and brother in law Stacey and Doug Griffin, her niece Macey and nephew Matt Griffin, her stepcritters, Katie, Mike, and Mitch Black, and her four legged life companions Roscoe and Ellie Mae, all of Tipp City Ohio.

We now walk every year in her honor at the American Cancer Society "Making Strides Against Breast Cancer" event as a team called Belinda's Brigade at Fifth Third Field in Dayton, Ohio.

Belinda Prewitt

Tribute To Belinda
Here in the shop we have been asked over & over & over again; "What's with all the pink guns & stuff?" or "I thought this was a gun shop, what's with all the pink?" and even "Why are you doing this?" The answer is actually quite simple, a very special lady taught us that life is short and we have to "Live Like We're Dying", Belinda was, is and always will be the driving force behind 3G Tactical's commitment to raising funds and awareness for the breast cancer cause. Our Shooters for Hooters "Guns & Ribbons" event will return 100% percent of the net proceeds to breast cancer treatment, support services and scientific research. Please allow us to introduce you to her.
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Our Mission
Pink Ribbon
Our mission is simple; We are Aiming For A Cure and we will never lose track of the target. The target is defeating breast cancer. We will continue to fight for those who have gone before us as well as those who are in the fight at the present.

Any time you are shopping on our website, look for the image to the left on an item. This is the most recognized symbol of the fight against breast cancer and it means that a portion of those proceeds for that item go to the fight to defeat this disease.


What Does The Fund Support?
Pink Ribbon Girls

Pink Ribbon Girls’ mission is to provide personalized support to young women throughout all phases of the breast cancer journey. They accomplish this through education, outreach, awareness, and one-on-one support to women and their families. They Offer:
  • Support
    Pink Ribbon Girls offers support and services to their members through their Simply Fight and No Age No Stage programs which offer free services for those in treatment to help with life needs such as housekeeping, babysitting, meals and transportation. Survivors can also connect via our secure national database.
  • Awareness
    Pink Ribbon Girls create awareness in the community that young women do indeed get diagnosed with breast cancer. They work to positively impact the community through Pink Game Days and other breast cancer awareness events. Their goal is to communicate that 1 in 8 women gets diagnosed with breast cancer in their lifetime and therefore impacts their family and friends. They strive to rally around these survivors and create awareness that No One Travels This Road Alone.
  • Education
    Pink Ribbon Girls Love Your Girls program provides education and support through their website, social and print media, as well as public speaking forums. They collaborate with other breast cancer organizations and research groups such as The University of Cincinnati Medical Center Department of Environmental Health's Windows of Susceptibility Grant in order to educate the public about breast cancer basics, healthy living and ways to understand breast cancer research findings.
Hospice of Dayton

Hospice of Dayton is a non-profit hospice dedicated to providing the very best end-of-life care, support and comfort for any patient or family that needs it, whether at home or at our facilities, and they have been doing it for over 30 years.

The mission of Hospice of Dayton is to celebrate the lives of those they have the privilege of serving by providing superior care and superior services to each patient and family.

Every dollar donated helps provide superior care and services to patients and families in the community. Hospice of Dayton offers services no other hospice can. They are dedicated to meeting the needs of our communities. The shareholders are you – the members of the Miami Valley community who are the owners of Hospice of Dayton® and Hospice of Butler & Warren Counties.


2015 Schedule of Events
June 19, 2015 Set up & Camping Starting at 4 p.m. campers may arrive to set-up their camp spaces. Those wishing to camp for the weekend will be asked to pay a $20.00 site-fee as well as the $10 per person admission fee. If you are signed up as a participant on a team then you will just pay the site-fee. Vendors can start setting up at 12 p.m.
June 20, 2015 3rd Annual Belinda Prewitt Pink Ribbon Memorial Ride The Belinda Prewitt Memorial Ride registration will start at 11:30 a.m. on Saturday June 20th at 3G Tactical. The ride will be a scenic route with twists and turns including the occasional pit stop and eventually ending at the VFW just in time for the evening activities.
June 20, 2015 Guns & Ribbons The event has a $10 admission fee. This gets you into the event, a target to participate in the shoot and entrance into the concert. Additional targets are $10 apiece. Children 8 and under are free.
The Warrior Breakfast will kick start the Guns & Ribbons event at 8 a.m. Breakfast will be buffet style.
Shooting registration begins at 9 a.m. The competition will start at 11 a.m. and run until 4 p.m.
The evening activities will tentatively begin at 4 p.m. and run until 2 a.m. Several bands will be playing along with a relaxing night of food, drinks, raffles and camping.
June 21, 2015 Open Range Sunday starting at 12 p.m. and going until 4 p.m. the range will be open for anyone wishing to shoot any caliber rifle. The cost to shoot will be $25 for the entire four hours.


Contact Info

 3G Tactical
 1455 W. Main St.
 Tipp City, OH 45371

 Tel: (937) 506-8108

 Fax: (937) 506-8132

 FFL# 4-31-XXX-XX-XX-02890

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