The Biology Behind Shooting: What Goes on in the Human Body When Shooting a Gun?
There are many reasons why shooting a gun feels so incredibly satisfying. The unbridled excitement, the rush of adrenaline, the extreme feeling of control. Whether you frequent the gun range on a regular basis or stop in on occasion, we can all agree that shooting a gun brings you some form of satisfaction.
But have you ever really given much thought to what exactly is occurring from a physiological standpoint? The Range 702 takes a much closer look at the biology behind the ballistics. We’ll examine how shooting a firearm affects different areas of your body such as your brain, your eyes, your heart and even how many calories you can burn during your trip to the range.
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