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Some tourists come to Las Vegas specifically to enjoy the thrill of firing a gun. Automatic weapons offer a particular kick, since most civilians don’t have access.
But even the most enthusiastic gun hobbyist might scratch his head at the thought of a 9-year-old child firing an Uzi, which is what happened last Monday at an Arizona shooting range, with fatal results.
A still unnamed New Jersey girl accidentally killed her instructor when she lost control of an automatic weapon and shot him in the head.
In a country where the second amendment is widely embraced and in a city where guns are not only tolerated but celebrated, how do we prevent tragedies like the one that happened in Arizona?
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Bob Irwin, owner, The Gun Store
Doug McMurdo, reporter, Kingman Daily Miner
David Hemenway, Director, Harvard Injury Control Research Center