Of course, actually it pisses me off more than offends me. It pisses me off that anyone would be that stupid.
One day while on lunch break at a rural construction site, we were given permission by the homeowner to sight-in our shotguns for deer season. Opening day of gun season was about a week away and several of us had been working too much to have time to do it after work.
We drove in the homeowner's still rutted backyard and parked our pick-up trucks in a line with our tailgates facing downrange. We discovered that laying on the bedliner and using your range bag as a rest provides a pretty steady shooting platform.
After getting my guns out, I walked over to my bosses truck to see what he had brought to the range. He pulled a Pelican case out of the backseat of his truck and layed it on the ground. He told us what he had while popping the latches on the case. Then he pulled the gun out of it's case and while showing it off, covered everyone in the group (about 9 of us).
My supervisor, who is my bosses brother took the gun from him, put it in his truck and locked the doors. My boss was pissed that he didn't get to shoot with us but was told that if he was gonna be stupid then would never shoot with us again. He calmed down after a few minutes.
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1946 Mosin-Nagant M44, 7.62x54R
1978 YUGO SKS, 7.62x39
NEF Protector Pump, 12 gauge
Savage Model 64, .22LR
NEF Pardner Tracker II, 12 gauge
Rock Island Armory 1911A1, .45 ACP
Remington 870 'Express Magnum' 12 gauge
Bersa Thunder .380