Re: Indiana Rifles
About two years ago, and idiot redneck who lived about 5 miles from me decided to sight in his .30-06 rifle.
He lived in a house trailer on a 2 acre lot. There was a patch of hardwoods, about 2 acres, on one of his boundaries.
He nailed his target to a tree, and sighted in his rifle.
The next day, an old woman who lived in the house next to him was found dead in her home, killed with a .30-06 round.
He was arrested, tried and convicted of murder, for reckless disregard of human life. He got 10 years. Thankfully, no laws got changed about using rifles in my county.
Point is, sooner or later, somebody is going to get killed from somebody doing something stupid in Indiana with a high powered rifle. The press will lap it up, run the story day and night, and say it is because Indiana re-allowed previously banned firearms. One can only hope that the backlash isn't too severe.