Image copyright Instagram / Paige Berthold Image caption Paige Berthold made her acting debut in The Rust of Homecoming in January
Two firearms industry leaders have announced a review into guidelines for the sale of long guns on screen after an accident left a stuntman dead on a television shoot.
Paige Berthold, 27, died on 2 January after she was shot during a scene on Amazon Prime TV show The Rust of Homecoming.
Stuntmen Scott Huffman and Frank Grillo were also injured on the show, whose author Sam Esmail is a co-executive producer.
Stuntman Huffman was discharged from hospital this week, The LA Times reported.
The drama is an adaptation of podcast The Messenger, set in a military hospital, and stars Julia Roberts as a caseworker, reports Deadline Hollywood.
Location shoot in Chicago
It is also being filmed at Chicago’s Washington Park, which the actress named in the podcast said was the site of the “first true military base”.
Amazon said Berthold was a make-up artist on the show and was working with the stunt team. The army academy she had been to, the US National War Academy, is about two miles away.
Further details of the accident are unclear.
In a statement, Under Armour, makers of high-tech compression socks Berthold was wearing, called the shooting “a tragic accident” and said the company had now altered its packaging and restocking policies.
It is now not allowed to be used as target practice and any sold to a non-essential media use must be returned.
Stomping guns and explosions have been portrayed numerous times in a variety of movies and TV shows since 17th-century poet and historian Samuel Johnson published the poem Shotgun.
The Half Life (1811)
The Gunfight at the O.K. Corral (1961)
Pan’s Labyrinth (2006)
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