Cabela’s outfitter store, at Quil Ceda Village, has been named in a lawsuit related to the fatal shooting of three 19-year-old Kamiak High School grads, for which former classmate Allen Ivanov is serving a life sentence. Ivanov purchased the semi-automatic rifle used in the killings at Cabela’s. (Sue Misao / Herald file)

Cabela’s outfitter store, at Quil Ceda Village, has been named in a lawsuit related to the fatal shooting of three 19-year-old Kamiak High School grads, for which former classmate Allen Ivanov is serving a life sentence. Ivanov purchased the semi-automatic rifle used in the killings at Cabela’s. (Sue Misao / Herald file)

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