Smoke billows from the .50-caliber muzzleloader fired by Joel Statler of Caswell County at the R. Wayne Bailey/Caswell Game Land Shooting Range near Yanceyville last month. Behind Statler is John Trumpower of Alamance County.
Smoke billows from the .50-caliber muzzleloader fired by Joel Statler of Caswell County at the R. Wayne Bailey/Caswell Game Land Shooting Range near Yanceyville last month. Behind Statler is John Trumpower of Alamance County. Photo by Jack Horan
Smoke billows from the .50-caliber muzzleloader fired by Joel Statler of Caswell County at the R. Wayne Bailey/Caswell Game Land Shooting Range near Yanceyville last month. Behind Statler is John Trumpower of Alamance County. Photo by Jack Horan

Shooting ranges on rise in North Carolina

November 05, 2014 06:41 PM

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