Since I am a (admittedly very distant) descendent of John Henry "Doc" Holliday, I feel it is my duty to let you know that there really is a school of gunfighting in Missouri's Ozarks.

This just might be the ultimate way to discover the inner Chuck Norris that lives inside you. It's the Ozark School of Gunfighting and they just dropped a video about what they do with one simple sentence:

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Tell me that wouldn't be a blast. (*pun alert*) The Ozark School of Gunfighting also dropped a video on their Facebook page showing an aerial view of their range.

Techniques like how to move and track targets are apparently a specialty of the school.

Would I do this? Probably not since agility is not what my family is known for. The fact that I injured myself trying to open a box of Chicken in a Biscuit crackers probably doesn't bode well for me having a firearm either. However, I do find this approach useful for many of my friends who love their rifles and guns.

Make sure to check out their Facebook page and YouTube channel for more info and updates.

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