Local marksmen take aim at national tourney
By now, members of the Illinois Hard Dogs have become accustomed to every reaction.
When people discover their passion for competitive shooting, some are positive and interested in learning more about the sport. Others judge and focus on the negative connotations associated with young people and guns.
“Sometimes it can get very tense, depending on who you talk to and what their views on firearms are,” said Devin Kriesant, a 14-year-old competitive shooter from Crystal Lake. “But for the most part, people are really supportive.”
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