BUTLER COUNTY, Kan. -- Wichita State sophomore Gary Gray Jr. spent Saturday morning working on a class project.
His assignment included shooting clay targets, firing pellet guns and boning up on firearms safety.
The engineering major is one of about 15 students enrolled in the school's Hunter Education 102 class. Those who complete the class will get hunter-education certificates, can apply to be hunter education instructors and get two hours of college credit. Passing the class will also mean learning presentation skills.