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Old 07-19-2012, 12:46 AM   #41
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Well I'm sure it really was an accident. Most people who shoot themselves on purpose don't go for the leg. That's no excuse for stupidity though.

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He was that quick with a belt? Sounds like a plot of two gay lovers to get the obstructive roommate out if the way
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Did you actually even see it happen? Because just like I asked you if you were trying to cover up a dumb ass mistake, it sounds like he is if he's telling you all this.
Very likely. Not everyone would own up to a dumbass move like that.

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Hahahahaha
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I'll be honest, I've done some stupid stuff and thought up a real quick excuse that didn't make me look like an idiot. I think we all have.

I had an ND once. It really was a stupid thing that didn't really require an excuse, the truth is bad enough. I was somewhere between 12 and 14 years old, sitting in a tree stand with my grandfather's model 70. I had sat there so long my hands had become numb from the cold. Into my firing lane strutted what had to be about the biggest buck I'd ever seen. I completely over reacted, tried to throw the rifle to my shoulder, and it slipped from my cold, stiff fingers. I fumbled for a second, trying to stop what I knew was going to be a bad thing from happening, but there was no saving the situation, and I watched in horror as that beautiful rifle tumbled end over end towards the ground. It landed standing straight up on the butt, went off, and punched a .30 caliber hole in the seat just a couple inches from my right butt cheek. I then looked up, and the buck stood there for a moment, staring at me almost as if he were wanting to laugh. He bent his head down, chomped up another mouthful of rye grass, and pranced away.

I learned a couple of things from the situation. Slow down. KEEP THE SAFETY ENGAGED UNTIL READY TO FIRE! I wasn't sitting there with the safety off, but I flicked it off as I was trying to shoulder it. I also wear gloves, or at least keep a pair handy.

My point is, every one makes mistakes, some stupid, some careless (mine falls into both categories), and some unfortunately are almost unavoidable (maybe .0001 percent, if even that much). What your friend did was beyond stupid and careless. Not getting a malfunctioning weapon fixed was tempting fate. It's No better than playing Russian roulette with a full cylinder.

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here is a link to my post on the subject of accidental discharge.

I called it: It happens to everyone...

Quite a lesson IMO.

http://www.firearmstalk.com/forums/showthread.php?t=68082

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here is a link to my post on the subject of accidental discharge.

I called it: It happens to everyone...

Quite a lesson IMO.

http://www.firearmstalk.com/forums/showthread.php?t=68082
I really Wanna read this but am getting an error message is it to long to post on the page?
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I'll be honest, I've done some stupid stuff and thought up a real quick excuse that didn't make me look like an idiot. I think we all have.

I had an ND once. It really was a stupid thing that didn't really require an excuse, the truth is bad enough. I was somewhere between 12 and 14 years old, sitting in a tree stand with my grandfather's model 70. I had sat there so long my hands had become numb from the cold. Into my firing lane strutted what had to be about the biggest buck I'd ever seen. I completely over reacted, tried to throw the rifle to my shoulder, and it slipped from my cold, stiff fingers. I fumbled for a second, trying to stop what I knew was going to be a bad thing from happening, but there was no saving the situation, and I watched in horror as that beautiful rifle tumbled end over end towards the ground. It landed standing straight up on the butt, went off, and punched a .30 caliber hole in the seat just a couple inches from my right butt cheek. I then looked up, and the buck stood there for a moment, staring at me almost as if he were wanting to laugh. He bent his head down, chomped up another mouthful of rye grass, and pranced away.

I learned a couple of things from the situation. Slow down. KEEP THE SAFETY ENGAGED UNTIL READY TO FIRE! I wasn't sitting there with the safety off, but I flicked it off as I was trying to shoulder it. I also wear gloves, or at least keep a pair handy.

My point is, every one makes mistakes, some stupid, some careless (mine falls into both categories), and some unfortunately are almost unavoidable (maybe .0001 percent, if even that much). What your friend did was beyond stupid and careless. Not getting a malfunctioning weapon fixed was tempting fate. It's No better than playing Russian roulette with a full cylinder.
Very well said trip I 100% agree
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I'll be honest, I've done some stupid stuff and thought up a real quick excuse that didn't make me look like an idiot. I think we all have.

I had an ND once. It really was a stupid thing that didn't really require an excuse, the truth is bad enough. I was somewhere between 12 and 14 years old, sitting in a tree stand with my grandfather's model 70. I had sat there so long my hands had become numb from the cold. Into my firing lane strutted what had to be about the biggest buck I'd ever seen. I completely over reacted, tried to throw the rifle to my shoulder, and it slipped from my cold, stiff fingers. I fumbled for a second, trying to stop what I knew was going to be a bad thing from happening, but there was no saving the situation, and I watched in horror as that beautiful rifle tumbled end over end towards the ground. It landed standing straight up on the butt, went off, and punched a .30 caliber hole in the seat just a couple inches from my right butt cheek. I then looked up, and the buck stood there for a moment, staring at me almost as if he were wanting to laugh. He bent his head down, chomped up another mouthful of rye grass, and pranced away.

I learned a couple of things from the situation. Slow down. KEEP THE SAFETY ENGAGED UNTIL READY TO FIRE! I wasn't sitting there with the safety off, but I flicked it off as I was trying to shoulder it. I also wear gloves, or at least keep a pair handy.

My point is, every one makes mistakes, some stupid, some careless (mine falls into both categories), and some unfortunately are almost unavoidable (maybe .0001 percent, if even that much). What your friend did was beyond stupid and careless. Not getting a malfunctioning weapon fixed was tempting fate. It's No better than playing Russian roulette with a full cylinder.
I have an old revolver that you could use to play Russian roulette with a full cylinder, and have a decent chance of survival....

But she stays locked away.
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