The KesselsKramer Useful Photography series is a collection of magazines focusing on “overlooked images taken for practical purposes.” In its 11th edition the magazine focuses on shooting targets. A selection of targets in photo form has been collected by going through tens of thousands of shooting ranges across the USA. The country with its 2nd amendment, granting the right to keep and bear arms, has 55 million households with at least one firearm. No surprise that gun crimes are a common good in the land of the free. The images depict terrorists, hostages, rottweilers and even pregnant ladies aiming a gun at you. Are the people aiming their gun at these targets protecting themselves, or are they only fueling the gun violence statistics? Interesting question. Useful Photography #011 is collected and edited by Hans Aarsman, Claudie de Cleen, Julian Germain, Erik Kessels and Hans van der Meer. Special guest editor: Frank Schallmaier. Published by KesselsKramer Publishing.