Transcript for Are Some Guns Too Powerful for Children to Shoot?
Clayton -- and here in Centennial Colorado at the Centennial gun club. I wanted to show you this is a similar weapon to the one that was used to media unfortunate accident in Arizona it's an Uzi. It's about the same weight but it is a much smaller caliber it's and that's only 22 caliber and it does not kick it does not recoil. Nearly as much as that weapon did in which the instructor unfortunately was killed. So with the help of the operations manager here Paul Stanley we wanted to show you a weapon a -- that uses the same. Round at the same bullet as the one that was used in Arizona just to give you an idea of how much it really does kick and recoil. It's it's we have that Glock seventeen which has -- nine millimeter round so and as we kind of gone -- the safety procedures. Go hadn't. Get your gun always putting down range -- right right it's -- loaded up. At this point you have a live got a lot done so what's going to tonight's proper grip. Lining up the back -- -- front right on them to choose number two number two. Take a nice firm Tripp. Group relax inspire. So that gives you the idea of just how much kick you have -- -- -- like this with a nine millimeter round like the one that was used in Arizona. I'm Clayton send -- for ABC news in Centennial, Colorado.
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