After digging and doing some research, I have found some things interesting. I'm on my phone so I will try to post the links to the articles later. 1-the UZI was legal because it was manufactured before the automatic weapon ban (this sounds weird to me, so maybe the article had crappy sources and someone can confirm if this is true) 2-The instructor did everything wrong. He had too many bullets in the clip (i read that only 3 should be used for first time shooters) he should have had his hands on the gun at all times to take the recoil and he was standing in the wrong area (should have been behind her to the right, instead he was beside her to the left) This case majorly disgusts me. I want to start by saying that while I may never own a gun, I don't care if others do as long as its legal and safe. I dont mind kids shooting as long as its legal and safe. These parents went to a tourist attraction. THE NAME OF THE PLACE IN ITSELF TOTALLY GIVES IT AWAY! These people aren't advocating for safe gun practices, they are in it for the money. Her parents wanted a cool YouTube video. IMO there is NO other reason for them visiting the range or recording the incident. I wonder if this range has ever had any other "close calls" with inexperienced shooters? That little girl looked like she had never held a gun in her life. I haven't either and I doubt I would look as awkward as she did. All of this is MO. I will try to find those links later.