About the only situation where I would not go ballistic is if the gun in question is a revolver and the cylinder has been removed and I can clearly see that has been removed. And that's iffy...I may still flip out.
Scares the living crap out of me! That's the reason you can never have enough safety when it comes to any firearm
Huh! What is this, some sort of trick question?
It absolutley offends and scrares me to have a firearm pointed at me. I ALWAYS follow the rule that a firearm is ALWAYS loaded. I always treat them as such and expect others near me to do the same.
Sorry, that just doesn't wash! One night after dinner at his house one of my (former) best friends and shooting buddies insisted on showing me his brand new Model G-19. I kept telling him that it was late; I was tired; and the last thing I cared about was seeing another new gun; but, he insisted. So, downstairs, to his workshop we went.I have one and only one person in the world it never bothers me to have him point a gun at me and that is because we grew up together and we know each has checked the chamber before handling it. ....
Big001, I find your post interesting and more thought-provoking that much of what I usually see on the internet. First, I envy you that friendship and the mutual trust you share. Me? While I do have several friends from childhood, I’ve only been able to find that particular level of mutual trust and cooperation with my wife.G21.45 I'm sorry you call idiots friends. ....
'TSTL' I like that! (And, they're always the ones - Aren't they!).... These guys are DANGEROUS. The local police and sherrif's departments no longer use these guys for training, and one of their friends told me they can't understand why their contract wasn't renewed. I just looked at him and said "TSTL".
"What's that?", he said. I translated: "Too Stupid To Live".