9-Year-Old Girls Kills Instructor On Bullets And Burgers Uzi Shooting Range
LET’S spare a thoght for the nine-year-old girl who lost control of her Uzi submachine gun and killed gun tutor Charles Vacca at a shooting range just south of Las Vegas. With the gun on “full-auto”, the girl fired. The recoil sent the gun over her head, shooting Vacca.
The girl was with her parents at Bullets and Burgers shooting range on vacation from New Jersey.
All right, go ahead and give me one shot,” he tells the girl, whose back is to the camera during the entire 27-second video. He then cheers when she fires one round at the target.
“All right full auto,” Vacca says. The video, which does not show the actual incident, ends with a series of shots being heard.
But, you know what, you can see why the family thought it an unusual American-themed day out:
The Bullets and Burgers Adventure is a private outdoor range set in a stunning outdoor desert landscape. We separate ourselves from all other Las Vegas ranges with our unique ‘Desert Storm’ atmosphere and military style bunkers…
Our guests have the opportunity to fire a wide range of fully automatic machine guns and specialty weapons… We even have the actual firearms used in several Hollywood hits including The Terminator and Rambo II.
To top it off, lunch is included inside the the World Famous Arizona Last Stop restaurant located onsite. You will be treated with the World Famous All American Hamburger, fresh cut french fries, and a drink. The All American Burger is guaranteed to be the best hamburger you have ever eaten.
The Bullets and Burgers Adventure is approximately 4 – 5.5 hours in length from scheduled pickup to drop-off back at your hotel. Helicopter upgrades are available. Please see our Helicopter Adventure Page.
Minimum age – 8 years. Age 8 – 17 must be accompanied by parent or legal guardian at all times.
So. It was just a terrible accident involving a 9-year-old and an Uzi submachine gun firing live bullets. Who on earth could have seen the danger in that?