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Florida: How Greedy Can They Get?

Friday, June 26, 2015

Florida: How Greedy Can They Get?

DATE:  June 26, 2015
TO:        USF & NRA Members and Friends
FROM: Marion P. Hammer
               USF Executive Director
               NRA Past President

Stealing from children is pretty low, and when range officers on a state owned shooting range steal brass intended to be used to help fund Florida's Youth Hunting Program it's really low.   Once brass is dumped into the recycle barrel -- it's a donation and it becomes the property of the state and the Florida Youth Hunting Program for which it was intended.  Read the June 24, story,EXCLUSIVE: State gun range officials pocketed funds from spent brass sales meant for charity, that Lee Williams, a reporter with the Sarasota Herald Tribune (who is also a shooter and Second Amendment supporter) uncovered.  

http://thegunwriter.blogs.heraldtribune.com/19474/exclusive-state-gun-range-officials-pocketed-funds-from-spent-brass-sales-meant-for-charity/

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