Gun City sold alleged Christchurch mosque gunman four firearms but not the military style semi-automatic reportedly used | WHAT REALLY HAPPENED

Gun City sold alleged Christchurch mosque gunman four firearms but not the military style semi-automatic reportedly used

*No mention in the media here about the guns not bought at Gun City*

The owner of Christchurch's Gun City says the firearms retail outlet sold the alleged mosque gunman four A category firearms and ammunition but the military style semi-automatic gun reportedly used in the attack that killed 50 people was not purchased from them.

David Tipple has told a media conference he and his staff are dismayed and disgusted by what happened last Friday afternoon.

Australian Brenton Tarrant has been charged with murder following an attack on two mosques in Christchurch.

"We can't comprehend how such despicable actions could be carried out on those in prayer in their place of worship," Mr Tipple said.

Mr Tipple said he has informed the police that Gun City sold the alleged gunman four A category firearms and ammunition and all Gun City sales to him followed a police verified online mail order process.

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