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Old 12-08-2009, 12:43 AM   #11
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Noticed that the friend videotaping the incident is the one that takes his hand and re-points the gun down range
Definitely a good friend, especially noting that the guy still had his finger on the trigger and not indexed (along what was left of the weapon). I'd say he's extremely lucky to have all his fingers (and other parts of the extremities) intact after that bit of "damage."


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He was damn lucky, especially where the placement of his hand was from the video - could have been very bad situation for him.

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Dangerous and lucky indeed!

I do like the comments people made about the video on Youtube. It is nothing but one big Taurus hate fest. After all, something like that could never happen to another weapon.

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What he said he said!
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Dangerous and lucky indeed!

I do like the comments people made about the video on Youtube. It is nothing but one big Taurus hate fest. After all, something like that could never happen to another weapon.
agreed i would love to give haters a piece of my taurus
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