"I think she's just about ready to possibly shoot a BB gun," Doll said. "She wants to learn how to shoot and I encourage her and disciplined enough to handle the responsibility."
After perusing the names scheduled to compete this week, Doll knows it will be no easy task to bring home any titles but that does not mean she's going to lie down and be content to be just another competitor.
"I'm hoping Saturday was just the start of something good and I would love to win something here," Doll said. "There are too many outstanding women shooters not just in Pennsylvania but throughout the country and it's going to be hard just to capture a trophy, much less a title, but I'd like to be in contention.
"It's also about seeing the people and being around the shoot, which my parents said started when I was one week old so as long as my health is good and I can afford to make it back we will come to this shoot."
Doll is happy to expose her oldest child to the beauty of what America has to offer as well as the culture of her home in Australia and be aware of the many differences.
"We went to a deer farm here but back home we have kangaroos jumping in our back yard," Doll said.