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Fri, May 11, 2012 1:12 PM EDT

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:](http://www.clickorlando.com/news/news/Trayvon-Martin-gun-range-targets-s...) > 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. ](http://www.clickorlando.com/news/news/Trayvon-Martin-gun-range-targets-s...)