Ads for gun ranges target visitors in Las Vegas, where tourists and locals can shoot military-grade weapons. On Sunday night about 3.5 miles away from one of the ranges, a gunman wielding high-powered weapons opened fire on an outdoor concert from the 32nd floor of a casino, killing 58 people and wounding more than 500 before killing himself.
Ads for gun ranges target visitors in Las Vegas, where tourists and locals can shoot military-grade weapons. On Sunday night about 3.5 miles away from one of the ranges, a gunman wielding high-powered weapons opened fire on an outdoor concert from the 32nd floor of a casino, killing 58 people and wounding more than 500 before killing himself. Crayton Harrison Bloomberg
Ads for gun ranges target visitors in Las Vegas, where tourists and locals can shoot military-grade weapons. On Sunday night about 3.5 miles away from one of the ranges, a gunman wielding high-powered weapons opened fire on an outdoor concert from the 32nd floor of a casino, killing 58 people and wounding more than 500 before killing himself. Crayton Harrison Bloomberg

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