Vera Koo’s First Column in a Six-Part Series Inspired by the Writings in her Memoir

  • March 30, 2017

By Vera Koo, Women’s Outdoor News, February, 2017

Some people only find enjoyment in hobbies they can share with others, but I have never found this to be the case with shooting. Since I began sport shooting in my 40s, I have found it to be a rewarding individual sport.

I feel at peace when I am alone on the gun range. Sure, you compete against other shooters, and you often see other shooters while practicing on the gun range. You are not alone in a vacuum. At some events, you even compete on a team. At its core, however, sport shooting is just you, your gun and the targets.

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