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Nightline: in the Crosshairs #649399

ABC Special for Wednesday, May 24, 2000

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Taped segments with independent reporter/photographer David Turecamo, gun dealers Bill Carter and Wain Roberts, lobbyist Bob Ricker, Bill Clinton, Smith and Wesson President Ed Shultz, Paul Januzzo of Glock, Inc., gun dealer Ron Zepp, former gun dealer Randy Kyle, Sen. Charles Schumer, President's Advisor on Domestic Policy Bruce Reed, and unidentified others, and a brief live discussion between Ted Koppel (ABC) and Turecamo re: issues related to gun control regulations and legislation.

Turecamo, David

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