The Beaver State Podcast Episode 87: From shotgun skills clinic to competitive trap shooting with Roscoe and Kenji Chang
Raising kids on the outdoors takes all kinds. Roscoe Chang's approach to parenting kids in the outdoors is to make it as fun as possible. When Roscoe signed his young son, Kenji, up for an ODFW shotgun skills clinic a few years ago, he had no idea it would lead his son into competitive trap shooting, but he's happy it did, because it gave him and his son one more way to connect around their passions for the outdoors, hunting, fishing and shooting sports. And it's one more way for Roscoe to pass down his hunting and fishing heritage, which he inherited from his parents who immigrated to the United States from Laos.
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