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  • NinjaKlaus

    It was given to a JROTC program, not exactly the school, most JROTC programs are approved by the US Government usually Air Force but other branches as well, I did a year of Army, and they are overseen by retired commissioned officers, in our case a Colonel and two Lt. Majors. JROTC marksmen programs are bb guns with scopes, not exactly what this person used or fired, think sniper training.

    • Maternitus (edited 1 year ago)

      Aaaah, okay. But it helps with efficiently shooting people.

      • AdelleChattre

        You say that like it's a bad thing. Sound practice around safety, discipline and training in the use of firearms seems not all that far a cry from swim, driving or CPR instruction. Would you say even knowing how to use weapons responsibly well is inherently evil?

      • NotWearingPants

        It teaches gun safety and proper firing technique. Transferring that to efficiently shooting people rather than paper targets is more of a "Bring your own mental illness" to the situation.