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Keep your finger off the trigger

It’s fortunate that it takes breaking two of the rules of firearms safety to really foul up your day:

He didn’t even break his stride in his speech. Just kept right on going.


9 Responses to “Keep your finger off the trigger”

  1. ASM826 Says:

    I think it takes three. Rule 1 is a truism, a statement of how things are, you don’t so much break it as accept it as always there. You can break any of the other three and if you break two of them, then there is the possibility of a bad outcome. For example, you have to both point the muzzle at the thing you didn’t intend to destroy and put your finger on the trigger( and pull it) to foul up the day.

  2. Tim Says:

    Yeah it was fun until that 1st trigger pull. Then it’s time to get out of there.

  3. SPQR Says:

    Almost cut his chin with that thing. Not impressed.

  4. KM Says:

    “Did you mean to do that?”

    I have to practice lies to pull them off that clean!

  5. Gerry Says:

    So where did the round end up?

  6. tkdkerry Says:

    It was time to get out of there when he started waving the damned thing around.

  7. MajMike Says:

    Negligent discharge. Nothing accidental about it. As I explain to Boy Scout shooters when I’m doing my RSO duty, these happen when you become too confident and ignore good safety practice. Always take the time to practice good safety procedures.

  8. Will Says:

    Does he still have a job?
    Attitude and incompetence. Bad combination, with typical results.

  9. Ravenwood Says:

    That dude is dangerous, from the very first moment when he’s waving the gun around at the people he’s teaching. I would have walked out of a course like that and demanded a refund.