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Australia

8 June 2011

Sydney Morning Herald / AAP

A coroner has called for bullet-proof screens to be installed at all public shooting ranges to stop people turning the guns on themselves. South Australian Coroner Mark Johns made the recommendation after inquiring into the deaths of two people in Adelaide who committed suicide at the Marksman Indoor Firing Range. Mr Johns said a tethering device, that would hold the gun in a fixed position and prevent it from being turned around, or a screen that would only allow the... (GunPolicy.org)

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