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Gun shop owner says Las Vegas shooter seemed stable

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The owner of a gun shop in Mesquite, Nevada, says the Las Vegas shooter bought firearms there and never gave any indication that he might have been unstable.
    
Guns & Guitars general manager Christopher Sullivan said in a statement Monday that 64-year-old Stephen Craig Paddock showed no signs of being unfit to buy guns.
    
Store spokesman Shawn Vincent declined to comment on how many guns Paddock bought and said those details could only be shared with authorities.
    
Sullivan says all necessary background checks and procedures were followed under local, state and federal laws and that he's cooperating fully with law enforcement.
    
Paddock lived in a house in a retirement community in the small city of Mesquite.
    
A Utah gun store owner has said Paddock visited his shop about a 40-minute drive from Mesquite and purchased a shotgun.

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