At 84, the World’s Oldest Female Sharpshooter Doesn’t Miss

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At age 65, Chandro Tomar, who lives in a small village in the Uttar Pradesh state of northern India, stumbled upon a shooting range and picked up a gun for the first time. When she aimed the gun at a target and pulled the trigger, she realized she was a natural. Just like that, Tomar became a sharpshooter. Now 84 years old, Tomar has won countless shooting competitions, but she’s most proud of the impact she’s had training other young women in her community.

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  1. Well, I'll be… meanwhile, I would really be intrigued to go to a shooting range and know how it feels to hold and shoot a gun, but my parents won't let me. I personally think it would help with my anger issues, like letting out that anger with each shot, but nope.

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