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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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Robbery training is not the same as active shooter training.
But just as schools teach children what to do during a tornado, or companies invest in extinguishers and alarms in case of a fire, it's important to have a contingency plan for an active shooter situation.
Held under the patronage of Shaikh Hamdan Bin Mohammad Bin Rashid Al Maktoum, Crown Prince of Dubai and Chairman, Dubai Sports Council (DSC), the top-25 shooters in the men's section will split a cash purse of $675,000 with the champion receiving $200,000, followed by $100,000 for second and $50,000 for third.
66 percent of new shooters fall into the 18-to-34-year-old category compared to 31 percent in the same age category for established shooters.
Shooters World is Florida's largest firearm store, indoor public shooting range and training facility.
Javaid said that in the championship three Pakistan shooters - Khurram Inam, Ahmad Sultan and Amin Karamat - would participate in the Skeet event, while in the Trap event two shooters Usman Sadiq and Shahzad Noor would represent the country.
Peter Langman addresses the issue of rampage school shooters in his book Why Kids Kill: Inside the Minds of School Shooters, taking an in-depth look at the profiles of 10 different school shooters through a psychological lens.
I met shooters at ranges, gun clubs, competitions, and gun shows, where thousands of Bay Area shooters regularly brave the hostility of their local government and their neighbors to enjoy their chosen shooting sports.
You can't take a non-shooter and make him into a good shooter. But you can take a good shooter and maybe turn him into a great shooter.
Shooters Khalifa al-Attiyah and Badr al-Marri put in an impressive performance at the Nishaan Shooting Championship in Losail.
Summary: Pune [India], May 23 (ANI): With an ambitious goal of finding 10 best Indian shooters to chase medals in the 2024 Olympics, ace shooter Gagan Narang is all set to provide advanced training to 135 young players under his Project Leap initiative.
However, I fail to understand why the media purposely avoids calling the shooters as 'terrorists' or the incidents as 'acts of terrorism' a term that is reserved only for incidents in which the shooter is discovered to be a Muslim, even if the cruelty level and number of casualties is the same.