June 1, 2007 | 12:00 a.m. CDTJordan Snapp, 19, from Marshall came to Congres this year to help his dad, the state 4H leader for wildlife habitation. He holds the skeet release button for friends during their final afternoon workshop at Cedar Creek Rod and Gun Club. "Its important to let people know that firearms are not a bad thing," he explained. "You can get joy and recreation out of them." Snapp has been shooting since he was 8, and was on the national skeet shooting team last year before outgrowing 4H and heading for college.
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