Young Adults Flocking To Firearms

From The Tampa Bay Times:

Angela Aliff, 33, has been shooting since she was 10 years old. When the Tampa health care professional moved out on her own, her father bought her a handgun.

Collazo estimates about 35 percent of shooter range in age from 21 to 35. They’re young professionals like 25-year-old Kierron Conner who’s trying out his Glock G23 for the first time after purchasing the weapon at a gun show. He recently completed a concealed weapons course and the training has been an inspiration for his older brother, Danny, 28, to get back into practice after a six- year hiatus.


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