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Rule one

All guns are always loaded:

During an instructional class for crime scene investigators inside San Francisco’s Hall of Justice at 850 Bryant St.,a veteran inspector began a discussion on single action vs. double action firearms when — kaboom! — his gun fired a bullet straight through a cubicle wall.

4 Responses to “Rule one”

  1. Robert Says:

    “his gun fired a bullet straight through a cubicle wall.”

    It wasn’t his gun that fired the bullet…

  2. jefferson101 Says:

    I like the “straight through” part, actually. I’m surprised whenever I hear that one, because I always expect bullets to take a 90 degree turn in the middle of whatever they are fired into.

    The part about “the gun” firing the bullet should be noted, though. One needs to be careful about discussing single action versus double action around your more sensitive firearms.

  3. trackerk Says:

    Not accidental discharges or “misfires” a negligent discharge every one. The SWAT guy with the M4 that fired on its own cracks me up. You didn’t put the safety on, just own up to it. Everyone you try to tell that story to knows it.

  4. Crotalus Says:

    A Lee Paige wannabe?

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