The ground clinks like a hand jingling loose change as members of Second Amendment Students of Utah walk out onto the firing range. Abandoned bullet shells littering the ground below clank beneath their feet. Most of the club members have been around guns for years, so any nervousness in handling them isn`t obvious. But Brent Tenney, a senior in business and president of the club, is nervous about restrictions that could be instated if Utah Senate Bill 251 is passed.
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