http://www.post-trib.com/news/porter/28 ... 05.articleHe ejected the magazine from the gun, ejected the round from the chamber, and reinserted the ejected round back into the magazine, he told police. He then attempted to put the magazine back in the gun but it didn't fit right. Not being familiar with the Smith & Wesson Springfield .40-caliber handgun, although he said it was his personal gun . . . he thought if he pulled the trigger the magazine would seat properly," Glickauf told police.
Instead, the gun fired and the bullet went into his upper left thigh.
Glickauf, who shattered his femur into eight pieces when the gun fired, will not physically be able to work . . .