Aaron Henley spends about 12 hours per week at target practice, yet he rarely pulls the trigger.
Most of the time, he’s looking at a piece of paper scattered with holes that he didn’t put there. The confused and frustrated faces of those who have sent bullets through the target gaze at Henley as he inspects their progress.
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