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Old 01-09-2012, 10:37 PM   #41
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Well he also broke the rule, never point a firearm at anything you do not intend to destroy. Which makes me wonder, as well trained as he was, if this wasn't intentional.

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Old 01-09-2012, 10:46 PM   #42
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Well he also broke the rule, never point a firearm at anything you do not intend to destroy. Which makes me wonder, as well trained as he was, if this wasn't intentional.
I was thinking that as well...
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Old 01-09-2012, 10:54 PM   #43
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That's right. Which says to me there is a VERY short list of rules that everybody from the first time shooter to SEALs that MUST be followed, and if they are followed, no one should ever die from an "accidental" shooting. Regardless of experience.

(thanks for settin' me up on that one Wray)
No problem, all accidental shootings are from negligence and could have been provented.even professionals and responsible people arent prone from negligence and its always a shame whenever you hear that someone has accidentally shot themselves or someone else because they "thought" the gun was unloaded.
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Old 01-09-2012, 11:02 PM   #44
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No problem, all accidental shootings are from negligence and could have been provented.even professionals and responsible people arent prone from negligence and its always a shame whenever you hear that someone has accidentally shot themselves or someone else because they "thought" the gun was unloaded.
Absolutely...and I meant thanks for "teeing" me up, not "setting" me up.
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I had this group of carpet munchers start shooting during a cease fire. As bad as that sounds it gets even worse, I was still down range changing out my target. Guess what it gets ever worse, when I said something they acted clueless. They didn't even know what they were doing was unsafe. People like that have no business behind a firearm. They belong in front of one.

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I had this group of carpet munchers start shooting during a cease fire. As bad as that sounds it gets even worse, I was still down range changing out my target. Guess what it gets ever worse, when I said something they acted clueless. They didn't even know what they were doing was unsafe. People like that have no business behind a firearm. They belong in front of one.
Definitely not much there one would want added to the overall gene pool, that's for sure.
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I had this group of carpet munchers start shooting during a cease fire. As bad as that sounds it gets even worse, I was still down range changing out my target. Guess what it gets ever worse, when I said something they acted clueless. They didn't even know what they were doing was unsafe. People like that have no business behind a firearm. They belong in front of one.
Wow, i would have been livid! To put it nicely
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