EPPING — In a statement released Tuesday afternoon, Sig Sauer Academy said it is working to improve safety measures at the shooting ranges adjacent to Route 101. The statement comes following a state police investigation that determined bullets from the academy’s shooting ranges were falling out into the highway. Police said a stray bullet that struck a Hampton woman’s car on Route 101 this spring “more than likely” came from Sig Sauer Academy. The […]

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