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Promoting respect for and understanding of firearms

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Countryside Alliance chairman Kate Hoey MP with (l-r) air rifle champion Nathan Sutherland, top pistol shot Samantha Buckley, pentathlete Montana Jones and the UK's record Commonwealth Games medal holder Mick Gault. Front, top air rifle shot Nathan Milgate. Image: Countryside Alliance

We have lost our ancient right and liberty to bear arms. However, Countryside Alliance reports,

"From Saturday May 26th to Sunday June 3rd, thousands of people across the UK will try one of the most exciting Olympic sports during National Shooting Week. Shooting schools and clubs are putting on more than 200 open days across the country so the public can try shooting for the first time."

National Shooting Week has locations and times for the effort to provide Olympic and Paralympic disciplines and to promote understanding of firearms.

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