It was some years ago.....I had a Ruger P95 DC. I was busy working on some spread sheets, and decided to unload the mag to let the spring relax. (old school, I know) I was in a bit of a hurry, trying to do too many things at once, I suppose. Reloaded the mag with one in the chamber....As always, I pointed it in a safe direction, (at the bed) and hit the de-cocking lever. (or so I thought.) Do any of you know what a 9mm sounds like in a closed room, with no ear protection? Damn!....I shot a hole in my mattress, and destroyed a VCR player underneath the bed. I later, while at an unattended outdoor shooting range, tried to duplicate what had happened. I must have hit the de-cocking lever about 200 times, trying to get the weapon to fire. It never happened. In retrospect, I, in all likely hood, pulled the trigger, instead of the de-cocking lever. It is the only other explanation there is. I've been around guns for more than 40 years, and had NEVER had a ND. I'm living proof that accidents CAN happen.
Come if you must, but only if you must. For the day you find yourself upon my step, will surely be the night you find peace along Jordan's edge.