Guns violence has claimed another life. This time, it's a decorated soldier who set records with a gun himself, allegedly shot and killed by Eddie Ray Routh, a 25-year-old veteran battling PTSD.
FOX News Radio's Chris Hoenig reports in our special series:
Guns in America.
Serving his country was a calling for former Navy SEAL sniper Chris Kyle.
(Kyle) "I always wanted to be in the military. Grew up very patriotic and I felt it was my duty to serve."
And he was good at it, credited with at least 150 kills - the most of any sniper in U.S. history. But there's a dark side to war.
(Kyle) "Hollywood fantasizes about it and makes it look good. War sucks."
And a dark side to life reared its head Saturday, as Kyle and another man were shot dead at a Texas gun range.
(Sgt. Haschel) "Both Chris Kyle and Chad Littlefield were pronounced dead at the scene."
...Texas Highway Patrol Sgt. Lonny Haschel. Kyle, a decorated veteran, earned five Bronze and two Silver Stars over 10 years of service.
Chris Hoenig, FOX News Radio.