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A representative from Sig Sauer Academy insists that the firearms training facility that’s popular with law enforcement, military and civilians takes steps aimed at preventing accidental shootings like one last week.

Adam A. Painchaud, the academy’s vice president, said incidents are “extremely rare” and that the facility is prepared to handle them.

Emergency personnel were called to the facility at 233 Exeter Road late Wednesday morning after a man participating in civilian training accidentally shot himself in his lower right calf while holstering his gun, according to police.

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He was rushed to Portsmouth Regional Hospital with what police authorities described as non-life threatening injuries.




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