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Topic - Urban Huppi
"These guns belong to the Swiss people," said Urban Huppi, who runs a sport-shooting facility called Bruenig Indoor in the village of Lungern. "We're just like car lovers. We take good care of our weapons. If someone tries to lay a hand on them, we don't like it. You wouldn't like it either if it were your car."
"It's easy to say the weapons are the problem," said Mr. Huppi, the shooting-range owner. "But it's not the weapons that are the problem. It's the people who use them."