SINGAPORE: SEA Games organizers have insisted their pistol ranges will be safe for an upcoming competition following a claim that bullets were deflected and caused injury during practice, a report said on Wednesday. The pledge follows an anonymous tip-off which said that deflected shots had caused “bullet injury” and ricocheted out of the range. “SINGSOC can confirm that the National Shooting Center will be ready for the 28th SEA Games precision pistol competition (PPC) when it begins on 7 June,” said a statement released by the organizing committee, according to Yahoo! Singapore. Safety fears were raised in an anonymous letter to Yahoo! which claimed the pistol ranges were not certified for competition.