I know I keep returning to this theme, but I find this an encouraging trend, even if it’s from the U.S. rather than Canada: “High School Shooting Teams Are Getting Wildly Popular — And the NRA Is Helping”
The Minnesota State High School Clay Target League championship bills itself as the largest shooting sports event in the world. With the bustling crowds and flood of corporate interest, it could be mistaken for, say, a scene on the NASCAR circuit, except that the stars are teenage boys and girls.
This is my favorite fact from the article:
As for safety: more than 70,000 students have fired 42 million shots since 2008. No one has reported a single injury, according to the league.