Saw a similar topic on another blog. Basically, the good old days are over, shooting isnt part of growing up, grandparents and parents aren't taking kids out to plink at tin cans anymore. Most young peoples exposure to guns is video games, and many shooters look down on them. Well, i didnt shoot a gun till i was 17 in basic, all my exposure to guns was video games and action movies. I had to buy my own guns and start shooting and quickly loved it all. One idea was clubs having "modern warfare day" or "Battlefield Day" and the likes at ranges, get a couple ars aks five sevens and berettas and what not at the range to draw out the gamers with a interest in firearms and teach them safety and gun handling skills, recruit new shooters into the sports. Hey you make a abbreviated trnch run like the one in MW2 and you instantly have future 3 gunners or idpa shooters. What do you all think?