Originally Posted by AR10
The problem with people, is we never do everything perfectly, without exception. Fatigue, illness, sleeplessness, fatigue, anger, fear, weather, and one thousand other circumstances come into play. People are not robots.
I'll give you that, there could always be some mitigating circumstance; anything is possible. I guess someone could have a seizure while they're picking up their gun... it's possible, but not plausible.
But to say that there's only two types of gun owners (those that have experienced a ND and those that will) is simply not true. I've known plenty of people who've never had a ND. My father hung up his gun when he retired after 26 years and died 6 years later. Never had a ND. Same with my first partner and training officer who retired for medical purposes after 16 years. The only gun he ever owned was the one the city gave him.
Btw, You still haven't told us about your ND.
The only time you can have too much ammunition is if you're swimming or on fire!
Gun stores: Where the morbidly obese can pretend to be mercenaries, allude to past experiences in Special Ops, and overuse words like "tactical" and "piece of kit".