Wrangell Sentinel -

By Dan Rudy 

Shooting boosters hoping to launch clay pigeon team


November 2, 2017

A new group of shooting enthusiasts has formed in Wrangell with the intent of forming a competitive trapshooting group for local youth.

Friends of the NRA – referring to the National Rifle Association, a gun rights advocacy group – is its own nonprofit group with chapters located around the country. State committees raise money for the NRA Foundation, which in turn allocates half of all net proceeds back to the state of origin. In the form of grants, these funds then go toward programming and projects related to shooting sports. Since its start in 1992, the group has held nearly 20,000...

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