How hunting and shooting sports help the blind and partially-sighted

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Malik Ezzi wants to be a professional hunter. His first problem is that he only has 40% daytime vision and no vision at all at night. That doesn’t stop the Northern Cape Professional Hunting School teaching him. They take him out after warthog and kudu – and he explains how he does it. Malik is not alone. In the UK, the NSRA runs the British Blind Championships. The NSRA’s Charlie Blow talks about that, too.


Malik’s kudu hunt: 

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