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Negligent Discharge

A discussion of how it happened and pics of the aftermath.

23 Responses to “Negligent Discharge”

  1. M4finny Says:

    Pretty brave to post this act of momentary stupidity on the “interwebs”.

  2. Instinct Says:

    Yep, but if someone else can learn from it and not make that same error then it’s worth it

  3. SayUncle Says:

    I blogged my ND. If it saves just one life.

  4. M4finny Says:

    There is no “worth” to a ND. You either know WTF you are doing with a firearm or you do not. Anything else is rationalization. Keep you finger off of the trigger unless you intend to destroy whatever your firearm is pointed at.

  5. SayUncle Says:

    We can’t all be perfect like you. So, we share our mistakes hoping someone could learn from it. That has worth.

  6. Sebastian The Blogless Says:

    But being sanctimonious is so much more fun.

    Seems pretty clear 00 Buck really can over penetrate. That Box o’ Truth website prob needs an update.

  7. Jennifer Says:

    Of course there is no “worth” to an ND. But they happen. It is absolutely worth it to share the story. When you hear that other people that have displayed knowledge and proper handling still screw up, it reminds you to be extra diligent in your observation of safety precautions. No one is immune to momentary stupidity.

  8. M4finny Says:

    And FINALLY Jennifer gets it! Talking about it is certainly worth it. I was responding to contributor Instinct when he wrote “it” is worth it. And the “it” being the ND. And yeah, Uncle I know you’re the HMFIC and are entitled to be the head smart ass because you “pay the bills” (LMFAO) and of course you get to be the “perfect one” here. Big fucking deal, you run a blog.

  9. SayUncle Says:

    Ah. I am guilty of talking past you. Misunderstood what you were saying. sorry about that.

  10. Ellen Says:

    When I read M4finney’s second comment, then went back to look at his first, I thought he was referring to the act of posting, rather than the ND. So Instinct’s posting made perfectly good sense to me. This is the kind of confusion that can happen when somebody uses pronouns like ‘it’.

  11. Shootin' Buddy Says:

    Please have a dry practice area with no ammunition about.

    Please have a sand barrel or suitable backstop for your dry practice.

    The Four Rules apply “even” when dry practicing.

  12. Paul Says:

    “There is no “worth” to a ND. You either know WTF you are doing with a firearm or you do not.”

    Whoa…. same could be said about cars and driving BUT we sure do learn alot from the accidents. Plus we all ‘know’ how to drive but most of us do have accidents!

  13. Jennifer Says:

    I also assumed the “it” in Instinct’s comment was referring to the posting, not the ND. And since Instinct is a personal friend, I have a fair idea of how he feels about such things.

  14. M4finny Says:

    But “Paul”, we aren’t talking about cars now are we? And the guy wasn’t revving the engine of a his truck in his living room and accidentally shifted into gear either. Reading comprehension …. try it sometime.

  15. Bobby Says:

    Grr, arf, bark bark. Feel like a big man yet?

  16. Bobby Says:

    The more awareness the better. I’d read pages of these stories if I could just to learn.

  17. Bram Says:

    Break into this guy’s house and he will blow your balls clean off!

  18. ATLien Says:

    M4, there are enough assholes in the community without being one yourself.

  19. M4finny Says:

    Thanks ATLien, I’ll let you and your pals get back to kissing Uncle’s ass. Apparently, no one here is allowed to disagree with anyone else. Nor, are they allowed to defend themselves when someone here lambastes them after misreading what they wrote. Enjoy your little circle jerk boys, I believe it’s ATlien’s turn in the middle. I’m out.

  20. comatus Says:

    Just got here! Did I miss anything?

  21. Paul Says:

    No M4finny, we are talking about competence.

    Competence with a gun or a car or anything.

    Reading comprehension …. try it sometime.

  22. hellferbreakfast Says:

    I know how scary this is. When I was young, I walked into the house with a holstered .22 revolver. As I turned into my bedroom doorway, I drew & fired through the window. Just as I had been practicing outside. Can’t explain why, just did it. Scared the crap out of me. Never brought a loaded gun into the house again until now.But no more quick draw crap.

  23. Kristopher Says:

    Go back to arfcom, little M4orgery fan.