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    Gun shop owner is accidently shot dead by one of his own students

    • James Baker, 64, who owned the Kay Jay Gun Shop in Amelia, Ohio was killed by one of his students
    • The gun shop taught a variety of gun classes
    • The student discharged the gun during a 'weapon malfunctions' drill
    • The bullet went through a wall and into the room where Baker was sitting, hitting him in the neck
      A man who owned a gun shop was fatally shot by one of his students in a conceal and carry class.
      James Baker, 64, who owned the Kay Jay Gun Shop in Amelia, Ohio, about 20 miles east of Cincinnati, was accidentally shot in the neck on Saturday around 1pm as he sat in another room during a gun class.
      The student has not been identified. Officials say the shooting was an accident


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      Gun shop owner James Baker (above) was accidentally killed when a gun discharged in one of his classes

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      The Kay Jay gun shop sold all sorts of guns and rifles and 'builds full auto machine guns for law enforcement, military, and government customers only'






      The Kay Jay Gun Shop (above) was the scene of tragedy on Saturday when it's owner was accidentally killed by a student








      A gun shop owner was shot during a conceal and carry class at his store, he was shot through the neck

      According to the gun shop's website, the class taught basic pistol safety, gave attendees range time and reviewed Ohio's gun laws. 'Seats available for this weekends Tactical Rifle/Carbine class. First class of the year so this one will cover a lot of the basics in the first portion of the class and we'll go up from there,' said a post about the class on the shop's Facebook page.
      The student was practicing weapon malfunction drills when the bullet went through a wall and killed Baker.
      'He loved the community and he wanted to protect [it], that's why he did what he did,' friend Anita Fritz told WCPO.
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      The gun shop manufactured both firearms and ammunition and sold the KJ class of rifles

      The business holds a Type 07 and Type 06 federal firearms license allowing it to manufacture both firearms and ammunition. It also holds a Class 72 Special Occupation Taxpayer license, which is needed to manufacture firearms regulated by the National Firearms Act of 1934 that placed tighter restrictions on fully-automatic weapons and other categories of firearms, according to Cincinnati.com.

      The shop advertises that it sells the Ares Rifle, the KJ-M4, and 'builds full auto machine guns for law enforcement, military, and government customers only.'
      Clermont County Sheriff A.J. Rodenberg wouldn't provide additional details about the shooting Saturday afternoon.
    Gun shop owner James Baker, 64, was killed on Saturday when a student in a conceal and carry class shot him accidentally during a weapon malfunction drill.

    #2
    Why were weapon malfunction drills, with live ammo, held inside a classroom and not in the gun range?
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      #3
      Originally posted by Postal Bob View Post
      Why were weapon malfunction drills, with live ammo, held inside a classroom and not in the gun range?
      Maybe the class was in a range article does not state where class was being taught

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        #4
        Why weren't the firearms checked and cleared prior to the class? Total negligence leading to yet another unnecessary death.
        “Justice will not be served until those who are unaffected are as outraged as those who are." - Benjamin Franklin

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          #5
          Cool little gun shop .. This serves as a reminder shit does and will happen . Be safe out there !
          There are two types of people in this world. People that think the Goverment is looking out for their best interest and people that just think !

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            #6
            Yeah. This stuff is serious business. http://www.ar15.com/archive/topic.html?b=8&f=9&t=366738

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