Brad Browning of Lexington, who hoped to sell a shotgun at the gun show Sunday, said it was disappointing when people used weapons in ways in which they were not intended to be used.
Brad Browning of Lexington, who hoped to sell a shotgun at the gun show Sunday, said it was disappointing when people used weapons in ways in which they were not intended to be used.
Brad Browning of Lexington, who hoped to sell a shotgun at the gun show Sunday, said it was disappointing when people used weapons in ways in which they were not intended to be used.

Gun show devotees concerned about shootings' implications

January 10, 2011 12:00 AM

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