After the horn sounded and red overhead lights flashed, signaling cease fire on the shooting range, Jeanette Lagorio couldn't wait to see how she did.
Lagorio and about a dozen other women and their instructors walked 75 feet to inspect the targets, stapled to a wooden frame reinforced by a mound of dirt and hay. As they each plucked their bullseye for a closer look, shouts of delight echoed across the yard.
The loudest came from the 76-year-old grandmother.
None of Lagorio's eight shots missed the roughly 7-inch diameter circle printed on an 8x11 sheet of office paper. Three hit the inner three rings, and one was about an inch away from the exact...