In this Aug. 15, 2002 photo, attorney Hector Pineiro, right, holds a photograph of a Kahr Arms' handgun during a news conference in Worcester, Mass., to announce a lawsuit against the Worcester gun ... more 
In this Aug. 15, 2002 photo, attorney Hector Pineiro, right, holds a photograph of a Kahr Arms' handgun during a news conference in Worcester, Mass., to announce a lawsuit against the Worcester gun manufacturer in the Dec. 24, 1999 shooting death of Danny Guzman. In the background is the late Guzman's daughter Tammy Nicacio, left, 7, of Southbridge, Mass., and his mother Juana Hernandez, second from left, of Worcester. A settlement was announced Tuesday, July 26, 2011 in Washington, where the gun-maker agreed to pay almost $600,000 to the families of Guzman and another man wounded in the shooting involving a gun allegedly stolen from the company. (AP Photo/The Telegram & Gazette, Paul Kapteyn) less 
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Associated Press | Photo By The Telegram & Gazette, Paul Kapteyn
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