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Just outside Tshwane, towards Emalahleni, a narrow nondescript dirt road, muddied by continuous rain, curls towards the Magnum United Shooting Range. Here, less than a week into a national firearm amnesty, a group of gun-lovers has gathered to celebrate their passion.

As is common with shooting ranges, the area is surrounded by nothing but a few industrial businesses, dirt tracks, one or two farms, and open land. It is a miserable, wet Saturday morning and the attendance at the range is poor...

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