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  • Sisters put meat on the table with their guns

    Sisters Elizabeth Funk, 15, and Madeline, 12, grew up around guns on their family’s property outside McLouth, Kan. Both hunt with their father for deer, geese, quail, pheasants and an occasional squirrel.

Sisters put meat on the table with their guns

Sisters Elizabeth Funk, 15, and Madeline, 12, grew up around guns on their family’s property outside McLouth, Kan. Both hunt with their father for deer, geese, quail, pheasants and an occasional squirrel.
Keith Myers and Donald Bradley The Kansas City Star