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Is Public Safety In Range?

Plans to Reopen the Hartland Sportsmen's Gun Club Spark Public Debate

After more than a year of being shut down by city officials, the Hartland Sportmen's Gun Club is making a bid to reopen.  The club shut down in May 2010 after Raluca Bunznea, 17 weeks pregnant, was struck by a .45 caliber slug fired from the club's 50 yard gun range. Ms. Bunznea was dining on the patio at the Delafield Brewhaus at the time of the incident. 

Attorney Jason Abraham of Hupy and Abraham successfully represented Raluca Buznea. 

Residents have expressed concern over the safety of the range citing issues with stray bullets.   The Hartland Sportsmen's Club has devised an extensive plan to revamp shooting ranges and improve public safety in hopes of reopening.  The club is located in an area surrounded by residences and businesses. 

If renovations and other procedures are in place to control and absolutely ensure that the incident that occurred in May 2010 is not repeated, an improved, safe Hartland Gun Club could reopen. 

Hupy and Abraham's primary concern is public safety.  The safety of residents in surrounding homes and patrons of local businesses must be ensured.
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