In linking to a wonderful article about collegiate competitive shooting sports, Zorroy kindly informed us of their true prupose.
Do you think Zorroy's right? Haven't we mentioned before about the simulated killing which is inherent in all forms of shooting whether it be target or clay pigeons or just plinking in the woods? Isn't there built-in gun violence in all of it?Granted, it's just sporting clays, but I suspect it can in many cases serve as a "gateway sport," leading many young shooters to endeavors that will help them learn shooting skills more useful for killing scumbag goblins, jackbooted thugs, and their statist masters (and any other subhumans I may have forgotten).
Great news for the U.S., and for Earth in general.
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