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Is there any info on the weapon the Oslo killer used, as well as the length of time he shot?
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[quote:Dundas:MV8xNTczMjE4XzI2MDAzOTY2XzQyN0E3MEI2] Ah, ok. I wasn't aware it was 2 hours. Still sounds fishy as hell though. It seems after 20 minutes of shots, the people would have found sufficient shelter to avoid being shot. He had to have moved around the island at will to kill, because after a few minutes of shooting from a hide with a scope, your targets would inevitably be out of view. So i guess he just leisurely strolled along the island flushing them out and popping them..... horrible. I bet alot of Norwegians might see personal carry laws as practical in light of this incident. [/quote]
I'm sorry, but one man taking down 90 people is BS. Snipers are the most efficient killers and it would take untold amounts of time for one sniper to make 90 kills.
I am trying to solidify to myself that this killing spree included more than one perpetrator, so does anyone have any info on what firearm/s, he used, and how long he was shooting?
Usually in American media, after a shooting spree, the perp's weapon is listed as well as time of attack and other info. I haven't seen this info on this Oslo attack yet, so maybe someone can enlighten me.
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