Two teenagers were using an air rifle, which shoots pellets, in the basement of the home of one of them. As a result of a ricocheting pellet, the bystanding teenager permanently lost his sight in one eye. Suit was brought against the manufacturer of the gun on the ground, among other things, that there existed a duty to warn expected users of the product of the danger of ricochet and the precautions one should take to protect oneself.
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