On NRA's Cam & Co.
Allentown, PA – -(Ammoland.com)- In An Exclusive NRA News Cam & Co Interview, John Annoni the founder of Camp Compass and 2 Million Bullets shared his perspective on urban minority youth and guns.
Camp Compass is a program, founded in 1994, that brings urban students over time to the outdoors, hunting, shooting and fishing. John and his son Landon respond to reported comments made by gun control advocate Michael Bloomberg while speaking at the Aspen Institute. Bloomberg is reported to have said that cities must take away firearms from all young minority males, in order to reduce violent crime.
As a young minority male, Landon provides his perspective on firearms safety, and talks about hunting and shooting. Originally aired on NRA News Cam & Co 02/10/15.
The video which can be seen, brings a trueness to the gun debate and a perspective that the pro gun side has been in need of.
It becomes clear that moving towards solving anti firearm issues starts with passionate people who not only talk the talk but walk the walk.
ABOUT JOHN F. ANNONI:
John Annoni is the CEO and Founder of the Camp Compass Academy and a 6th grade urban middle school teacher. He received an honor from Outdoor Life Magazine heralding him as one of the top twenty-five men and women who are changing the face of hunting and fishing. John also founded 2 Million Bullets( a national orange ribbon campaign for the shooting sports) and has been featured on the NBC Nightly News segment MAKING A DIFFERENCE .
For more information on Camp Compass visit www.campcompass.org.