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Thread: U.S. High Schools Embrace Shooting as Hot New Sport.

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    Thru Death's Door in Wisconsin

    U.S. High Schools Embrace Shooting as Hot New Sport.

    "This year, 9,245 schoolchildren in Minnesota, Wisconsin and North Dakota participated; trapís so popular in Minnesota that the legislature appropriated $2 million for the expansion of gun ranges, where the kids compete. Next year, schools in Arizona, South Dakota, Illinois and Kansas will host teams. Middle-schoolers can also join high-school squads."
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    Our county school system in Tennessee has had high school trap teams for years. I'm happy to learn this is a growing trend across the country.
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    Finally! Schools are "thinking about the children!"
    "It's not important how many people I've killed. What's important is how I get along with the people who are still alive" - Jimmy the Tulip

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