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Old July 1, 2013, 04:42 PM   #50
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Unless someone can testify that a range employee actually fired the bullet that hit the house, the range was merely the location where some invitee fired the round. Accordingly, if someone violated a law against firing across property lines, it's the individual shooter, not "the range."
Is there case law to support this?
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