Charles Vacca, a gun war commentator about an hour from Las Vegas, was killed in the shooting. A report from the Mohwi County Sheriff’s Office said the 9-year-old later said the gun was “too heavy for him.” When Vacca left the girl to send Uzi alone, what happened on August 25, 2014 had fatal consequences. The gun ring was sent through the air and hit Vacca. Before he was killed, he “automatically” set his weapon to “automatic” and the video of the incident showed.
“The UZI is an inappropriate and dangerous weapon. He gave away a 9-year-old girl as a child’s debt, thus creating an unnecessary risk and an unsafe environment for local residents, including Charles J. Vacca, jr. “.
No information was immediately returned from the shooting area Friday. “We have complaints here that the job of killing Charlie Vacca is really dangerous. Basically, it’s dangerous for children,” another lawyer for the Vacca family, James James Goodnow, told ABC News. The gun battle has sparked debate about guns and child safety, but many people wonder if they should be dealing with high-powered guns. At the time, the Washington Post and Mark
Burman Sandia Somashhar reported:
The incident was captured on video released by police, which immediately caused problems for a gun control advocate, who later said it pointed to the dangers that children can use weapons. In a rare moment of agreement, some gun rights advocates also took the incident as a warning that children should not be allowed to face the notorious dangers of deadly weapons.
But pro-gun experts add that if they had their way, they would teach kids to shoot some guns. Young people learn hand-eye coordination. When you accidentally find a weapon in the playground, you know what to do. They learn to defend themselves when attacked.