Kids with guns! Run, hide!.
Just kidding; and you especially don't have to worry with these young ones. I honestly hope Sarah Brady is reading this and going into apoplectic shock. And it gets even better--they are the Summersville School District FFA Trap Team. The team was founded in the fall of 2008 with five students. They harvested walnuts, hauled hay and asked for donations for ammo. They attended the Grand American Trapshoot in 2009 and the team promptly grew to 19 members. At the Missouri Fall Classic, they placed third in the FFA Division for teams, and have also had two second place trophies for team events. They practice weekly, and are lucky because two former students have a trap range near the school, and offer it for their use. If you'd like to help this start-up team (they really need help with ammo and such) call Bill Holden at (417) 932-4929 and dig deep. It's a tiny school district with little extra money. These are all good, hard working young people, doing something productive, and growing skills. You listening Sarah? Oh, something to keep in mind is the fact the school closes for the deer season opening day. Welcome to real America.