An unidentified man has been selling gun range targets of a black silhouette wearing a hoodie and holding a bag skittles.

A pack of 10 targets were $8 dollars and according to the seller the response has been “overwhelming” and he’s sold out.

Orlando’s Local 6 reports:

Local 6 has been unable to determine the identity of the seller, who had also set up a website to sell the gun range targets.

In an email exchange with reporter Mike DeForest, the seller wrote, “My main motivation was to make money off the controversy.”

The seller would not disclose how many paper targets had been made, but said in an email, “The response is overwhelming. I sold out in 2 days.”

Some of those targets were sold to two Florida gun dealers, according to the seller.

Before DeForest identified himself as a reporter, the seller claimed that targets were still available for purchase. After being informed Local 6 was investigating his online business, the seller claimed the targets would no longer be sold.

Firearm owners are buzzing about the Trayvon Martin targets on several gun enthusiast websites.
Visit Local 6’s website to watch a video report.

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