This is a bit of a story, so bear with me- Today, I stopped at my gun range to shoot my flintlock rifle. Our range is set up so that the pistol and rifle bays are at opposite ends of the facility. The rifle range has a long row of benches that face backstops at 50-100 and 200 yards. Off to the right is a 25 yard range. the 25 yard range is enclosed on 3 sides by earthen berms. I was shooting a postal match by myself at the 25 yard range. Two other shooters were in the long row of benches, firing at the 50-200 yard berms. Because of my position, I could not see them shooting but of course could hear their gunfire. I had just taken my first shot with my flinter, when I heard what sounded like full auto rifle fire coming from the range next to me. Although pistol caliber full auto weapons are allowed, rifle caliber full auto weapons are not. I had walked down to my backstop to see where my shot had landed, when a man came up to me and said " a man has been shot". Call 911. I thought he was kidding at first, but looked over and saw a man laying on the ground. I called 911-thank God I remembered to take my cell phone with me-and walked over to the victim. He was conscious, but in alot of pain from a stomach wound. I looked down and part of his intestine was protruding from the side of his abdomen. I was able to to get him to stop touching it and I held his hand and tried to encourage him while we waited. Eventually police, EMT's and then a lifeline helicopter came and took him away. He was shooting an SKS. His buddy later told me it was a Korean war bring back. I am still trying to sort out why it went full auto-that was the brrraaap-I heard. His buddy confirmed this. I gave a statement to the police and cleaned up my area and left. He was shooting factory Wolf ammo. Not reloads. I have to admit that several hours later I am still a little rattled by this.