Ozzy Osbourne created home shooting range during the pandemic | Entertainment

Ozzy Osbourne created home shooting range during the pandemic | Entertainment

Ozzy Osbourne has turned his backgarden into a shooting range.

The 72-year-old music icon – who suffers from Parkinson’s disease – has been keeping himself busy amid the coronavirus pandemic by shooting guns to stop his mind from wandering.

Ozzy – who now owns as many as 10 air rifles – explained: “I have got this new hobby of shooting an air rifle in the garden. It is a compressed air rifle, not a bullet gun. It is good fun. It gets me out of my head, man.

“When I am in my house, I worry I never am going to walk properly or do another gig. So, I have got to get something to take my mind off of me.”

The former Black Sabbath star has a number of different shooting targets at his home in Los Angeles.

And despite his declining health, Ozzy insisted he’s a “good shot”.

He told The Sun newspaper: “I have got a rangefinder thing. It’s astounding when you put it on. It’s f****** great.

“I am a good shot. I’m hitting them smack in the middle. But this has been great for me. I have been thinking of melodies.”

Earlier this month, Ozzy’s son Jack admitted his family had endured a “rough” 12 months.

The 35-year-old star – whose mom, Sharon, was diagnosed with COVID-19 in December but has since recovered – revealed it’d been a particularly difficult year for…

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