A family from Twin Cities in Minnesota celebrated a father-son victory after their 19-year-old with Down syndrome shot his first buck over the weekend, an accomplishment made possible by a change in state hunting and firearm legislation. "There was just no way with Pierce having Down syndrome that he would pass the test," Steve said. "Even if he could pass the test, I didn't want him to be able to hunt legally without direct supervision." "He felt there was a need for a law for people with disabilities to embrace hunting," Steve said of Nash. "He's an amazing young man, he's done amazing things and this is just another chapter that he's accomplished in terms of breaking boundaries."
Source: Fox News November 14, 2019 03:22 UTC