Thu Jan 10, 2019 8:17 am #1664289
Sooty25 wrote:Two different routes to the same tool, yours leading cadets in to armed service who's ultimate role may be to use any tool given, whether it be a gun, explosives or a drone to effect a kill.
Alternatively, the target shooter using his gun seeking consistent 100 score , the tunnel worker using explosives to release stone for a transport link, or the professional drone pilot searching for missing persons.
I held the same range authorisation as Dave; you're not 'leading cadets into the armed service', you're teaching them respect for all guns knowing that most of them will not be 'joining up'.
I've also shot in civilian competitions (at Bisley and elsewhere) from 10m air rifle to 600yd full bore and everybody I've shot next to has the same regard for guns; it's a sport not a means to kill people.
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