Lawmakers on Tuesday introduced new legislation to Congress that would bar use of all select-fire and many semi-automatic firearms to youth under 16.
“The gun didn’t kill my boy, I did,” said the grieving father several hours after the accident.
The six-lane indoor range was built by members of the Navy JROTC program and those who wish to use the facility must first undergo intensive training.
Some weren’t surprised to hear of the accident, noting that the “Gravel Pits” is a place with no rules or regulations, but a lot of questionable activities.
Christopher O’Connor said he may not be the only person looking to open a gun shop in the Windy City, but at this point he’s farthest along in the process.
Owner Jack Wilson said to further complicate battling the blaze, they just received a large shipment of ammo which began to fly once the fire reached it.
We aren’t sure if this is epic-level trolling or for real, but either way you have to give a shout out to the range safety that refuses to let this ate-up NCO quit on the range.
“It was very eye-opening for me just to see how much diversity there was out there,” said South Carolina photographer Patrick Hall.
This lady at the range didn’t have a clue what she was doing and nobody was helping her. Certain things should be rudimentary even if they’re not always apparent.
The Green Mountain Boys was a militia established in the 1760s in the territory between the British provinces of New York and New Hampshire, which later became Vermont.