Shooting To Kill, But Not Really, Though Sort Of

Abby Zimet

Pennsylvania park ranger Randy Gregg has designed a replica hunting rifle that's a digital camera, complete with crosshairs in scope, wherein you pull the trigger and take a picture. Called either KillShot or Harmless Hunter - the name seems to be in flux - he says it's a great way to teach hunting safety and "ethical shot placement," not to mention giving folks that singular blood-tingling blast of adrenaline that comes from shooting something, which is just what our culture needs more of.

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