|SolRo - 2015-01-13 |
Ignored all his training to shoot every clip into the nearest non-cop as soon as one shot is fired.
|Jet Bin Fever - 2015-01-13 |
Lucky bastard. Could've easily hit any of the 4 people standing back there.
Binro the Heretic
That was my first thought. It's weird you could consider only blowing your own finger off "lucky."
Anyway, the very first rule of handling any firearm is to ALWAYS presume it's loaded and treat it as such until you confirm otherwise. I grew up around guns. My dad is a former Marine and lots of people in my family are avid hunters. This rule was hammered into all of us from the time we were little kids.
The cop didn't check the gun at all. The shop is liable for damages, but he was still irresponsible and should have known better. I still feel bad for the guy, though.
|SteamPoweredKleenex - 2015-01-13 |
I thought gun stores didn't put loaded guns in their cases?
Nice to know we could have stupid compounding stupid in this...
...wait for it...
This is clever and all, but it doesn't change the fact that you're just making a hollow point.
and we're lead into another pun thread.
I hope they put a muzzle on all of you.
Such contrived loaded humor.
There seems to be some kind of theme running through this thread, but I just can't put my finger in it.
I've come armed with my best puns, but fear I'm nonetheless shooting blanks.
Clip needs a trigger warning.
|John Holmes Motherfucker - 2015-01-14 |
That's fucked up.
|Gmork - 2015-01-14 |
Finally, a bullet going where it should.
|Gunny McRifleson - 2015-01-14 |
Cop was a dumbass, but you do NOT hand someone a loaded firearm in that situation.
I thought that was against the law in some places, right?
Or did the Terminator movies lie to me about being able to buy guns & ammo at the same time (at least in California)?
|spikestoyiu - 2015-01-14 |
lol he should go eat a donut
|gravelstudios - 2015-01-14 |
A friend of a friend of mine recently had a black powder gun explode in his hands (apparently he didn't know it was already loaded, and loaded it a second time). He blew off his pinky, part of his hand, and got a bunch of shrapnel in his abdomen. Everybody feels very bad for him, but there's this subtle unspoken undercurrent of "well, duh" whenever anybody mentions it.
|Syd Midnight - 2015-01-18 |
Sometimes a trend in news stories compels me to write new state mottos:
"Ladies and Gentlemen, Kentucky."
"That sounds like Florida all right."
"Not all Texans."
"Tennessee, you say?"
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