The world of competitive shooting can get pretty intense. But a Colorado business wants to lighten it up a bit. The American Zoot Shooters Association combines gangster costumes from the early 20th century with marksmanship.
At the Colorado Rifle Club east of Denver recently, AZSA co-founder and owner Jason “The Hustler” Huss was wearing a red pinstripe suit, a bright red tie and a black felt hat.
“[I] kind of look like a leftover reject from a ’90s swing band,” says Huss, pointing to a shiny silver wallet chain. “That’s my hustler bling — probably not very period-correct. I just think it looks cool.”
Read the rest of Jeff Brady’s article at NPR.org.
The world of competitive shooting can get pretty intense. But a Colorado business wants to…
by Tactical-Life.com / May 9, 2011