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Scoping the joy of target practice

Gord Marano displays some of the guns he used for target practice. He is the range director of the Oceola Fish and Game Club near Kelowna.(courtesy of Gillianne Richards)

The debate around guns in North America is always "lively", especially with the recent mass shootings in the United States.

The focus in the U.S. is centered in the debate over the right to bare arms as guaranteed by that country's constitution.

But what if you are not part of that culture and you have never imagined yourself laying down a box ammunition at the local gun club for the fun of it; in other words, target practicing.

Gillianne Richards spent a morning with Gord Marano, the range director of the Oceola Fish and Game Club in the Okanagan.

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