Uvalde school shooter Salvador Ramos legally purchased two AR-15 rifles last week after turning 18, including the one he used to slaughter 19 elementary school kids and their teachers in an unexplained attack.
The Call of Duty obsessed gunman bought two weapons including a Daniel Defense AR-15 worth $1,870. He posted a receipt for that purchase on the website Yubo, which was obtained by The Daily Dot on Tuesday after the shooting.
It is unclear if Ramos, who turned 18 last week, bought both weapons on the Daniel Defense website.
The site is run out of Georgia and operates by allowing customers to place orders online and then collect them from a local dealer.
There are no Daniel Defense dealers listed in Uvalde, but several are 100miles away in San Antonio. The ATF confirmed yesterday that Ramos purchased at least one weapon in a local firearms licensee.
His first purchase was on May 17 for one AR-15 rifle. The next day, he bought 375 rounds of 5.56 ammunition, according to ATF sources cited by Click2Houston.