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That spot’s taken

I already came up with Rule 5: Do not try to catch a dropped gun.

But I’ll let you have Rule 6: Maintain control of your firearm

8 Responses to “That spot’s taken”

  1. Cargosquid Says:

    I’m already spreading the news on Rule 5. My former reserve unit had a tragic mishap because a sailor tried to catch a dropped gun during transition from strong to weak hand.

  2. Halon330 Says:

    When did sailors start handling firearms?

    Just poking fun. My first tour in AFG every Sailor or Airman that attached to our unit told us they had never had any firearms training.

    Second tour while at Mob station every sailor that approached a clearing barrel popped a few blanks before realizing it would continue to fire until the magazine was removed or empty.

  3. Cargosquid Says:

    I was in a Reserve Cargo Handling unit, which is an expeditionary unit. We’re set up in camps to support logistics. So. we actually got side arm and rifle familiarization.
    Of course, we had people that couldn’t hit the paper with an M-16, much less a pistol, but most of us were Navy qualified on both. And then..the guns went back into the armory.

    They would tease us by bringing out the M-60, “familiarizing” us with it, and then……putting it back. It’s in our deployment inventory…but no one ever go to actually shoot it. Someone higher up realized that if we’re shooting… was time to retreat a long time ago….

  4. Paul Kisling Says:

    Sooo, does this rule out juggling 8 uzis with the safeties off is an no no???

  5. Jeffersonian Says:

    Applied to knives’ I learned that lesson as a would be butcher 30 years ago. The hard way. But it,s still really hard to watch them hit the dirt.

  6. Lyle Says:

    That discussion of rule six reads way too much like an anti’s dream come true.

    How about taking your kids shooting until they become bored with it? Now about keeping your dumbfuck kids out of my house if they’re so incapable of controlling themselves?

    NONE of the “secure your guns” people say anything about matches, gasoline, cleaning chemicals, power tools, the murder weapons in out kitchens we call kitchen knives, etc., etc., etc., etc…..

  7. Lyle Says:

    More kids die drowning in five gallon buckets that in the “kid finds a gun and shoots himself or another kid” scenario, so if your not talking about five gallon buckets it proves you don’t care about kids, but only politics as driven by the fear of being sued.

  8. KM Says:

    does this rule out juggling 8 uzis with the safeties off

    No Mac10s/11s..that would be unsafe. Uzis are fine.
    They have a grip safety. 🙂