Skip to main content

Kids face lead risk as shooting sports grow

<strong>LOADED WITH LEAD, PART 3:</strong> At the Vancouver (Wash.) Rifle and Pistol Club, junior members coached by Marc Ueltschi, top, practice shooting targets. In 2010, 20 youngsters tested positive for lead overexposure. The club fixed its problems so that young shooters could compete there safely.

MARCUS YAM / THE SEATTLE TIMES

LOADED WITH LEAD, PART 3: At the Vancouver (Wash.) Rifle and Pistol Club, junior members coached by Marc Ueltschi, top, practice shooting targets. In 2010, 20 youngsters tested positive for lead overexposure. The club fixed its problems so that young shooters could compete there safely.

Multimedia

Videos | Photography | Interactive Graphics | Purchase photos | Submit a Photo

Zipping through the trees of Bellevue

Zip liners experience the wind in their face as they take in the Bellevue Zip Tour and what it has to offer.

Beekeeping with Larry Brainard

Sockeye salmon in the upper Columbia

Making math make sense

Where in the world are Seahawks fans?

Where in the world are Seahawks fans?

Put your marker on The Seattle Times interactive map and share your fan story.

Who's mad? Who's glad?

Who's mad? Who's glad?

Follow our daily Rant & Rave to see what's getting readers to smile, and what's ticking them off.

Advertising
advertising

Movies, TV, Comics & Games

Movie listings

TV times

Tonight in Prime Time

advertising
advertising

The Seattle Times photographs

Purchase enduring images