@khabri999 lol its not what you think. Practising shooting gun is a compulsory module within school curriculum. The whole process is monitored and controlled strictly by military men. 30 persons share a gun and practise in turn. We learn shooting at 11th or 12th grade at high-school and 1st sem at University.
Many high schools have guns and grenades for National Defense Education subject. But they are seldom used. In my high school, nobody care them, they are just stored in a room day by day. However, students in university must learn it seriously.
This is a part of military education, a compulsory subject in high school, as well as in public colleges. It only involves assembling riffles, crawling while carrying guns, plastic grenades throwing and compulsory military and political theories. There’s not shooting lessons, and we’re not trained to be partisans in schools, if that’s what you’re curious about :)
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