School rifle teams aren’t as common as football and basketball teams, but they do exist. It’s tricky enough to have one what with rules like “zero tolerance” that’ll punish a kid for an incorrectly shaped Pop Tart. It’s hard to imagine schools like that allowing students to physically touch an actual firearm.
But they exist.
Yet, as the media focuses a lot of attention on kids protesting guns, the Associated Press decided to focus a little attention on those who actually shoot and how these types of clubs can benefit students (emphasis mine).
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