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Luxury Machine Gun Range? Vegas Has It

'Machine Guns Vegas' seeks high-rolling clientele

(Newser) - Tired of the same old bars and shows when you vacation in Las Vegas? Now, for a few hundred dollars, you can rent bona fide automatic weapons and fire them until the floor is piled high with shells, the New York Times reports. Machine Guns Vegas, with its black-clad hostesses... More »

Cops: Subway Fare Beater Was Armed to the Teeth

He had two guns, including semiautomatic, say police

(Newser) - Cops busting a suspected fare beater at a midtown Manhattan subway station made an unusual discovery: The guy was packing a loaded semiautomatic pistol. South Carolina resident Reggie Allen, sporting a "me against the world tattoo" on his neck, had an Intratec Luger Tec-9 gun with 34 bullets, extra... More »

Arizona Gun Club Lets Kids Pose With Santa, Weapon

Scottsdale Gun Club offers unusual St. Nick pics

(Newser) - Colt peacemaker on Earth, good ammo to men. That's apparently the holiday wish for all at Arizona's Scottsdale Gun Club, which is giving members and their kids a chance to pose with a "nervous-looking Santa" and the weapon of their choice, reports the Telegraph . "Get your... More »

Man Opens Fire With Machine Gun at Dutch Mall

Seven dead, fifteen wounded

(Newser) - At least seven people were killed and another 15 wounded today when a man opened fire with a machine gun at a crowded mall in an Amsterdam suburb, the AP reports. The gunman, who witnesses describe as a blond haired man around 25-years-old, was found lying dead in front of... More »

TI Leaves Jail, Heads to Halfway House

Rapper moves after 7 months of 1-year gun sentence

(Newser) - Rapper TI left jail today after serving about 7 months of his 1-year sentence, heading from the low-security facility in Arkansas to a halfway house in his hometown of Atlanta. The 29-year-old, whose real name is Clifford Harris, will likely remain there until March, XXL reports, under a federal sentence... More »

TI Checks Into Jail Early

Rapper will serve 366 days on weapons charges

(Newser) - Rapper TI began his prison sentence early today, leaving his home in Georgia and checking into the Arkansas federal facility before the noon deadline, TMZ reports. The time is a year and a day in the minimum-security Forrest City prison; the crime was attempting to buy unregistered machine guns and... More »

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