Pro-gun Parkland shooting survivor grilled by school security over range visit with his dad
By Chris Eger
A series of tweets from the shooting range landed a pro-Second Amendment student in the security office when he returned to school (Photo: Kyle Kashuv/Twitter)
Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School student Kyle Kashuv went to the range for the first time on Friday and said he was questioned by officials about it on Monday.
Kashuv, who has been waging virtually a one-student pro-Second Amendment campaign largely at odds with the gun control effort advocated by his more publicized classmates, visited an area shooting range with his father last week. Touching a gun for what he described as the “first time ever,” Kashuv posted images of himself with an AR-15 in front of a silhouette target to social media. Other tweets included video of the youth firing the rifle and receiving instructions on the use of the gun while wearing safety equipment.
“It was great learning about our inalienable right of #2A and how to properly use a gun,” said Kashuv, who went on to say visiting the range made him appreciate the Constitution. “My instructor was very informative; I learned a lot. #2A is important and we need 2 preserve 2A.”
Fast forward to the next school day and Kashuv said he was pulled