Before meeting with police in North Carolina, Republican nominee Donald Trump took some time to show that he knew his way around a rifle at a local gun range, and apparently did well.
"I gotta say this man can shoot," Iredell County sheriff Darren Campbell said while introducing Trump.
The Iredell County GOP chair, Ron 'Duck' Wyatt said that the meeting had "been delayed because he decided he wants to go and shoot guns before he talks to us." He added that Trump "wants to be an adult American and shoot a gun first – I don't blame him for that."
"We just went down to the range and we had a little shooting practice," Trump said.