Family Shooting Center, Literally

http://www.kdvr.com/videobeta/d251b7d4-ebb8-4008-b475-b3853eea838f/News/Shooting-range-owner-discusses-fatal-shooting

ARAPAHOE COUNTY, Colo. -- Authorities in Arapahoe County continue to investigate a double shooting at the Cherry Creek State Park shooting range that left one twin sister dead and another seriously wounded.

The women, whose names have not yet been released, were Australian nationals visiting the United States, FOX31 News has learned. They were 29-years-old.

The shooting happened Monday afternoon after the women were dropped off at the shooting range by a taxi.

“Everything seemed normal and fine. And then all of the sudden they were on the ground,” said Doug Hamilton, owner of Family Shooting Center.
Hamilton said the women had been shooting at the range for roughly an hour-and-a-half before the incident. He said they were not regulars but did seem to be in good spirits when they arrived.

“This was clearly not the first time they had shot, but they also clearly were not among my expert shooters here,” Hamilton said.

Surveillance cameras show the sisters falling backwards out of their shooting stall at the same time, investigators said. No one else was present and no suspects were being sought.

Two small caliber handguns, both of which were rented from Family Shooting Center, were recovered at the scene.

Arapahoe County Sheriff's Capt. Louie Perea says investigators aren't sure who fired the gun or guns, or whether the same bullet hit both sisters.

“We’re still leaving all of our options open,” he said.

Authorities say the sisters were in the United States on cultural exchange visas and one was due to return to Australia Tuesday.
 

Blaine

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Well, this is what happens when you let Eurofags handle guns.

White Australians, New Zealanders and Africans are essentially Eurofags, since all three of those demographics displaced and continue to oppress native poopskins in their respective locales. Their cultures have diverged from standard British norms over the centuries, but not nearly as much as the United States has (i.e., to the point of becoming clearly and willfully separate, influential and distinctive in its own right).
 
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