It's a beautiful Wednesday in October, bright and cloudless, and the Cherry Creek Shooting Center is packed at noon. Smelling equally of gun smoke and dirt, the small, dusty range rings with the sounds of artillery -- metallic pings from dislodged shells; pops and hisses from semi-automatic... More >>>
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Rich Wyatt, a range-team technical advisor for the
National Rifle Association, shoots straight from the lip.