Laura Ingraham hosted Michele Makucevich, instructor in competitive marksmanship.
Makucevich said she's been coaching for almost thirty years and that it's an NCAA and Olympics sports which are the third most popular among nations. She added the games are in the summer and the winter Olympic Games. She said that too many people are buying into the notion that guns are the problem when we've had guns throughout our history. She pointed a finger violence becoming a form of entertainment with a disrespect for life and a Godless country where churches are empty and media centers are full.
Makucevich as the AR-15 is used in competition and that the responsibility for abuse is within the person using them - and that this applies to cars, knives, other objects. Ingraham pointed out the great divide between the elites who have security provided but don't want regular folks to have these protections.
Makucevich said she emphasizes control and concentration for several hours which is longer than classroom instruction. She said it is an emotional issue as it involves safety. She said the NRA is made up of regular people and the gun industry responds to the desire of people to have such weaponry. She has found that we have an obligation to nurture young people as they take on challenges and teach them how to do it safely and responsibly.