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Discussion in 'Firearm Related' started by Adam5, Sep 12, 2007.
This is why alot of gun store owners don't want loaded guns in their stores.
Sounds like the guns store employee needs to be taught the four rules and the guy that carried it in needs to be taught not to surrender a loaded peice.
Sounds like lots of FUBAR going on in this situation.
So kiddies, what is the moral of this story??????
I say there are too many details missing from this story to form an opinion.
I was always fortunate not to "be there" for the ND's at the gun shop I was working. IIRC there was two, both by the owner. Once he was checking the feeding of an open bolt Mac with live ammo. I can't remember the cause of the other.
However I was there for one at a Gun Show. Not fun.
If you accidentally shoot someone, quickly put a cleaned knife in their hand and claim self defense?
Keep it in your pants!
So he has it pointing at the guys face when he's checking to see if its loaded? these are the F'n idiots that give gun owners bad names...first off you should never have to think "did i leave this loaded?" and keep the damn muzzle pointed at the ground when loading and unloadind!!!
My freakin' thoughts exactly. Both of them are morons.
Keep your booger hook off the bang switch.
I keep reading posts saying never pass a hot weapon. While that should be avoided, unfortunately that is not always advisable or even possible. Thats why its not part of the four rules. John Farnam has some great comments on the passing of hot weapons. Of course he is a proponent of hot ranges.