On Wednesday, the NRA Women's Twitter page posted a link to an article entitled "7 Ways Children Can Have Fun at the Shooting Range" after a 9-year-old girl accidentally shot and killed a shooting instructor with a machine gun on Monday.
Charles Vacca, the gun instructor, was shot in the head after the child lost control of a 9mm Uzi machine gun at the Bullets and Burgers shooting range in Arizona. He died Monday night.
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The tweet linked to an article at WomensOutdoorNews.com, which stated how children firing guns "can imagine they're getting rid of the monsters from their nightmares."
The @NRAWomen Twitter page is sponsored by the gun-maker Smith & Wesson.
Sources: The Huffington Post, WomensOutdoorNews.com, Twitter