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shooter

Medtalk noun An IV drug user; a person who inject illicit drugs IV. See Shooting gallery.
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Chris Connors is the CEO of Shooter Detection Systems, the leader in indoor gunshot detection technology.
The first thing you want to do in an active shooter situation, if you can, is vacate the building as quick as possible," Green explained.
Businesses interested in active shooter preparedness don't specifically need to stage an event to be prepared.
This would've resulted in an inordinately high number of competitions for the top shooters, combined with the pressure of trying to win Olympic qualification spots and preserving their lead over their domestic rivals.
There is no prescribed evaluation sequence; you must decide for yourself the best course of action to protect your safety and avoid becoming the victim of an active shooter.
All 40 shooters in the women's competition will receive cash awards with the winner taking home $50,000 followed by $25,000 and $25,000 for the next two finishers.
Flanked by national shooters Tariq Khattak and Taimur Zeb, Salam Afridi said that they have organized two major shooting activities including Khyber Pakhtunkhwa Open Skeet Championship and National Skeet, 9MM, Air Rifle Shooting Championship here.
There were three rounds battle of 75 fires for each shooter wherein Shomail Tariq of Army targeted 64 clay made birds by giving a stunning performance, followed by Zahid Tufail with 61 targets, Salaman Afridi recorded 60 targets, Asif Khan hit another 60 targets, Major Abu Bakar, an international shooter, also hit 60 targets out of 75 fires and Hamayyun was struggling at no 6th with 58 targets out of 75.
In recent years, millions of target shooters have descended on ranges and fields in droves, accounting for billions of dollars for the U.
After the Columbine High School shootings in 1999, where one teacher and 12 students were killed, police response and tactics in active shooter events changed nationwide.
But out of that star-studded group, Bill Jordan was the only one who could be considered one of the all-time great trick shooters with a handgun.
Indian shooter Tejaswini Sawant said such championships would help in promoting shooting as a game.