Semi-Automatic Gun Used By Dayton Shooter Marketed As ‘Sound Freedom Makes’

The sound of the high-powered semi-automatic firearm that a mass shooter used to kill nine people and injure 27 others on Sunday in downtown Dayton, Ohio, is being marketed as “an orchestra of metal and hellfire” in one gunmaker’s machismo-saturated ad.

On Sunday, Dayton Police Chief Richard Biehl released an image of the .223-caliber firearm that deceased 24-year-old gunman Connor Betts used in the massacre. The lower receiver of the weapon is engraved with the name of Anderson Manufacturing in Hebron, Kentucky.

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