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An 'AR-type assault weapon' was used in Poway synagogue shooting, police say. Was it legal in California?

USATODAY.com Monday, 29 April 2019
The weapon used in Saturday's fatal shooting at a California synagogue may have been legal — depending on its configuration and registration.
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News video: Presser: Shooting at California synagogue leaves at least one dead, three injured

Presser: Shooting at California synagogue leaves at least one dead, three injured 07:03

San Diego County Sheriff's deputies are responding to a shooting at a synagogue in Poway, California, Saturday afternoon. Story: http://bit.ly/2L7WDrO

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