Horrifying new revelations are emerging from the fatal shooting on the set of Alec Baldwin's latest movie...
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'I wasn't sure if I was ready': The 24-year-old armorer who had doubts before being put in charge of guns on Alec Baldwin film set where he shot cinematographer dead - after some crew walked out over safety
Armorer Hannah Gutierrez-Reed and assistant director Dave Halls were named in search warrant on Friday
Gutierrez-Reed, 24, laid out three guns, and Halls picked up a Colt pistol and handed it to Baldwin
'Cold gun!' shouted Halls, a veteran assistant director who worked on Fargo and The Matrix Reloaded
When Baldwin pulled the trigger, a bullet was fired, killing the cinematographer and injuring the director
Gutierrez-Reed is the daughter of legendary Hollywood armorer Thell Reed who trained her from a young age
She recently served as head armorer on a film for the first time, on The Old Way, starring Nicolas Cage
In a podcast interview after filming ended, she said she wasn't sure if she was ready to be a head armorer
Meanwhile, troubling reports highlight safety concerns on the set of Baldwin's Western film, Rust
Production crew on the set of Rust walked out on Thursday morning in a row over safety and long hours
On Thursday, when they arrived to pack up, they found a team of non-union workers waiting to replace them
Halyna Hutchins decided to stay on the set and film with Alec Baldwin and the film director Joel Souza
She had been advocating on behalf of her team for better working conditions, but was killed by the bullet