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Art collective INDECLINE vandalizes shooting range billboard

LAS VEGAS, Nev. - A vandalized billboard in Las Vegas is catching national attention. 

Art collective INDECLINE changed the message on a shooting range billboard early Thursday morning, according to our ABC affiliate KTNV.  

What was once advertising for shooting practice at Battlefield Vegas was altered to "Shoot A School Kid Only $29." 

"DEFEND LIVES REFORM LAWS" was also put on the sign. 

INDECLINE says it did it because of “America’s longstanding obsession with gun culture and our government’s inability to honor the victims of mass shootings by distancing themselves from the homicidal policies of the NRA.”

INDECLINE says it is "calling on all political parties to immediately work towards a legislative resolution that aims to protect citizens and reform inadequate gun laws that are currently placing value on assault weapons over that of human life.”

The billboard was covered up before 9 a.m. 

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