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U.S. Air Force 2nd Lt. Casey Ryan, 55th Security Forces Squadron Officer-in-Charge of Logistics, fires at silhouette targets place inside of a berm at the Eastern Nebraska Gun Club on Sept. 28 in Louisville, Neb.  Ryan is a member of the Air Force’s competition shooting team where he fires a combination of three types of guns and several targets.  Ryan also has the additional duty as Officer-in-Charge of the Emergency Services Team (SWAT) for Offutt Air Force Base.  (U.S. Air Force photo by Josh Plueger) Six rounds a second
From the time it takes you to read this sentence, the smoke would have already cleared and more than 20 shell casings would be on the ground from Lt. Casey Ryan’s .40 caliber STI Eagle.   The amazing part is how all 20 rounds he shot would have likely hit a book sized target and he would have already ejected the old magazine, loaded a new one and
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