Dave Joseph, left, and his son, Casey, right, load guns for target shooting on land owned by the Utah School and Institutional Trust Lands Administration near Saratoga Springs, Utah, Aug. 1, 2015. A fight is playing out between hikers and backpackers seeking solitude in America’s collective backyard, and gun owners out for recreational target shooting. (Kim Raff/The New York Times)
Dave Joseph, left, and his son, Casey, right, load guns for target shooting on land owned by the Utah School and Institutional Trust Lands Administration near Saratoga Springs, Utah, Aug. 1, 2015. A fight is playing out between hikers and backpackers seeking solitude in America’s collective backyard, and gun owners out for recreational target shooting. (Kim Raff/The New York Times) KIM RAFF NYT
Dave Joseph, left, and his son, Casey, right, load guns for target shooting on land owned by the Utah School and Institutional Trust Lands Administration near Saratoga Springs, Utah, Aug. 1, 2015. A fight is playing out between hikers and backpackers seeking solitude in America’s collective backyard, and gun owners out for recreational target shooting. (Kim Raff/The New York Times) KIM RAFF NYT

A culture clash over guns in the backcountry

August 21, 2015 06:08 PM

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