Digital technology website Gizmodo wrote a flaming takedown of Republican presidential candidate Sen. Ted Cruz and his handling of an over-under shotgun during a recent interview in Iowa. But our expert says Cruz was going overboard to show his gun was safe and empty.
This season, there were 268 teams and 8,600 participants, shooting at 165 ranges across the state. Hundreds of interested students were turned away, due to limited time and space at the local clubs.
With more than 8,600 student athletes representing over 250 teams, clay target shooting has quickly become a favorite sport of Minnesota’s high school students. It’s also one of the safest, with zero reported injuries or gun-free zone violations since 2001.
It could be a good year for gun rights and gun owners. The state Legislature is proposing to make Florida one of the few states offering tax breaks for purchasers of guns, ammunition and gun club memberships.
Already an excellent value for the money, MEC Shooting Sports is adding two models this year to its dependable line of clay target throwers – one for shooters on a budget, the other for gun clubs in need of a high-capacity ATA trap.