I think so!
Pop. Pop. Pop. At the Minnesota high school trap-shooting championship, more than 8,000 students from some 300 schools gathered in June to blast flying orange discs out of the sky. Over nine days, the sound of bullets firing—hour after hour after hour—-becomes ambient noise, like a supermarket soundtrack. Pop. Pop. Pop.
Full article, HERE.
Kids getting back into competition shooting in high school is all good as far as I’m concerned. Being an old fart, I can remember .22 rifle and air rifle teams back in the day.
The NRA has donated over $4M to the high school shooting sports teams every year for the last few years, but acceptance is still an issue in any number of places. I can’t find it now, but there was an article last year about a young man who was suspended from school for having his gun in his trunk because practice was right after school and he didn’t have time to go home first.
When you don’t educate children in proper gun handling, you get accidents/shootings, as the MSM is ever so happy to publicise as they dance in the blood of the victims. The question I always want to ask is what, if anything, did the parents teach the children about gun safety?
Eddie Eagle is an excellent program and the NRA has been more than willing to provide that program to schools either free or for minimal charge, if I remember correctly.
I taught my kids, did you?
And I gotta throw this one up… Came over the transom from a shipmate. How little things change in a year with the MSM…
This was actually from October 2018. Ramirez as always, captured the BS that was so prevalent then, and even more so today.