2 nd Amendment and the Military
Galen Wilson started shooting when he was five. His father, a former Navy SEALS, began his training in marksmanship which he has carried into the Marine Corp. As the designated marksman for his company he has in two tours in Iraq acquired 20 confirmed kills and 40 additional shot that likely killed insurgents.
During a large-scale attack on Easter Sunday, Wilson says, he spotted six gunmen on a rooftop about 400 yards away. In about 8 seconds he squeezed off five rounds — hitting five gunmen in the head. The sixth man dived off a 3-story building just as Wilson got him in his sights, and counts as a probable death.
At 21 years old this kind of skill isn't taught to the inexperienced quickly. The ability to develop these skills through recreational and sport shooting is an asset that serves this nation as well as others by making men such as Galen Wilson.
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