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    this speech you are not one of those people. So how bout we get to how guns can be used for entertainment. Guns have many uses of entertainment but when I think of it only a few pop into my mind. These are rifles shotguns and pistols. Rifle shooting…

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    Guns can be used for many other reasons than just self-defense or home security, guns can be used for enjoyment. There are many sports that are gun related. Guns are also known for being a collectors item. Some sports that are used with guns are hunting and your basic competitive shooting sports that test your accuracy and speed. Many people would say that shooting a gun is not a sport but shooting a gun is just as hard as any other sport. Shooting a gun can take hand eye coordination, accuracy,…

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    handles pressure differently. Some people get shaky and unorganized while others use pressure to fuel their performance. Competitive shooting has been my passion for years and my match at the 2016 Junior Olympic Rifle Competition in Colorado Springs, Colorado, is my most memorable experience. My shooting career depended on my performance at this match, and I never expected to do as well as I did. Shooting may appear easy, but in reality shooting goes far beyond anyone’s idea of difficulty. The…

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    Do you enjoy shooting? Do you like tactile sports? Are you competitive? Do you like to see how good of a shot you are? Do you like to aim at moving targets? Do you like getting off the couch and doing something different once in awhile? Are you social? If you answered yes to any of these questions, then you might try one or all of the following shooting sports: Paintball - In this sport, you are generally on a team trying to take out the other team or capture their flag and bring it back to…

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    near the Catoctin Mountain National Parks, I was always considered an outdoor kid. My parents got me interested in hunting & fishing and hunting became my true passion since my first hunting experience at the age of 9. I started to trap shoot at the age of 13 and have grown to be a nationally-ranked competitive trap shooter and a shooting ambassador. I have begun to work with my shooting club to understand the working of a sporting clay and trap club, how competitions are organized and the…

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    sounds and screams it sounded like an older man. One of the soldiers, probably the one who was hit by the club, yelled, “Fire”. All I saw was smoke and all I heard were screams. I knew that at least three people were dead. After all the smoke had cleared out there was complete silence. There were five dead bodies on the ground. Some squirming and some still as a rock. The white snow was turning deep red. I was shocked and my ears were ringing so I couldn’t hear anything. Then I realized that I…

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    Pennsylvania, it happened, but it was much worse than bringing a gun to school. Matthew, a 16 year old student at that school, heard a boy repeating that he was going to start shooting people at the school. Then Matthew told the police what he knew and the police arrested three students that were going to shoot people at the school. But what if he didn't tell? There has been many mass shootings over the years and if Matthew wouldn’t have told, then Cedar Crest High School would of been just…

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    is all I can say about it. One couple it seemed had brought a so-called trainer with them to get them started. The husband, I assumed he was the husband, had a bad habit of racking the slide while the handgun was pressed against his leg. Apparently, his grip was not that good, and the expert in tow didn't bat an eye or say a word about this, this is a good way to shoot off a foot. It was obvious this was a group outing for some because people wandered back and forth behind the firing line…

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    We all have played or known someone that has played a dangerous sport, and possibly got hurt from it. Like Jeb Golinkin in the article, “Why Parents Should Let Their Kids Play Dangerous Sports.” Golinkin makes an argument about whether children should play dangerous sports or not. Although Golinkin’s does supplies ample amounts of suppurating evidence his end clam is not supported in the article. To quickly summarize: Golinkin’s main point in the article is persuading parents to let their…

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    Are the differences and similarities between baseball and soccer a blur? Not to worry, these two sports however complex they may appear will be sized up against each other. To understand any sport, one must understand that there are standards each individual sport has that not only players but also staff, such as coaches, must follow. Furthermore, each sport has different popularity levels and locations. Finally, the gear used during a game is different for each sport. It is difficult to…

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