Man rents pistol at Tulsa gun range, kills himself A customer at an indoor gun range killed himself Tuesday with a pistol he had just rented from the facility, police said. The 40-year-old man was pronounced dead at Tulsa Firearms, at 61st Street and Garnett Road, EMSA spokeswoman Tina Wells said. Detective Demita Kinard said the man had a single gunshot wound to the head. The shooting happened about 4:15 p.m. Kinard said the man was by himself and didn't appear to be distressed while at the range. Authorities did not release his name. The man wasn't a frequent customer and had gone to the range only once before to buy a membership, Kinard said. Tulsa Firearms sells guns and ammunition and has shooting ranges for handguns and rifles. Clients can also rent weapons, Kinard said. Managers closed the range during the investigation, she said. — Matt Barnard, World staff writer I was there Saturday and Monday.