Utah lawmakers question ban on human silhouette targets at shooting ranges
State lawmakers questioned a Utah Division of Wildlife Resources practice of forbidding human-form targets at its public gun ranges Wednesday.
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“Uzi Does It”
Since: Nov 08
#1 Sep 20, 2012
It's real simple, next time an innocent bystander gets shot during a lawful use of deadly force by someone, that someone and the harmed individual should sue the state for making them use a deer or wild turkey silhouette to practice their self defense shooting.
#2 Sep 21, 2012
Theyll ban bulls-eye targets later because instructors will tell the shooter to envision a bulls eye target on your attacker and squeeze the trigger.
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