I was at the local range trap shooting over the weekend, and I observed a father and his 2 teenage boys, target shooting their .223 and an occasional shot from a.308. I was fine with his supervision and the instruction, but something bothered me a bit.......they were practice shooting at a target that was a full picture of a human. It disturbed me, and I have gotten over it...but I am thinking of what the message was to these young men. I would have been fine if it was a silouette, or a round target they were shooting at, but a full blown picture of a person coming thru a door just surprised me a bit. I grew up in a very rural community, learned to shoot with the Boy Scouts at the local National Gaurd building around 1962. I love to shoot and will continue to do so, but the message to youth at an impressionable age is important as well. I don't want to start an agrument here, and yes I have moved on with the issue....but some honest opinions would be welcome.