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Bump In the Night Video : Film Student Asks AmmoLand Reader’s for Feedback

This week we have an aspiring Pro Gun, film student asking for feedback, bad or GOOD on his latest video production. Any positive feedback or constructive criticism? This post Bump In the Night Video : Film Student Asks AmmoLand Reader’s for Feedback appeared first on Shooting Sports News.
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