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Tech student Trevor Johnson invents locking ammunition holding system, takes work on the road

As a kid in Seneca Rocks, West Virginia, WVU Tech student Trevor Johnson learned how to shoot. His family and friends were avid hunters and target shooters, and Johnson himself developed a hobby in long-range target shooting. Safe and responsible firearm use was simply part of growing up.  

Johnson, a mechanical engineering major at Tech, also has a natural inclination toward figuring out how things work and how to make those things work more efficiently. So when he noticed that storing and accessing rifle ammunition in the field was limited, clumsy and cumbersome, he decided to put his skillset to work.

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