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Discussion in 'Glock Forum' started by Uptown_General_Roc, Mar 27, 2012.
I love how he turns to the other shooters on the range and chambers a round. Amazed he didn't put a bullet through the bench.
Safety practise failed! Not cool! No offense.
OP, I assume that is you in the vid? If so I am happy you dont shoot on the range I go to. Pretty poor safety demonstrated there.
Wow see what happens when you shoot a glock!LOL just because the gun has no external safety doesn't mean you don't use yours.Hope I don't see that at a range near me.
Happy you enjoyed the video but just so you know I didn't fire a round when I turned and I kept tha gun face N down range
You might want to replay the video,reread the comments and get more training. Nice gun though. Lol
You don't understand I love tha criticism. I don't see nothing wring with tha video
#1 Keep your finger outside the trigger guard until you are ready to shoot.
#2 Don't point the gun at anything you don't want to kill... that includes your camera man.
#3 Don't go reporting a post as some kind of infraction just because the video shows unsafe gun handling. Use it as a teachable moment.
I'm glad you are open to criticism. More people should be. The fact you see nothing wrong with the video is discerning. The major issue is your very first move. You turn towards the crowd and chamber a round. Bullets have been known to go off during chambering. Other than that just busting your balls for finger placement. Keep the finger outside the guard until ready to fire and you're good.
Obviously your vision is as poor as your gun handling skills.........
Yeah that's true I cut parts out but I chamber odd like that because tha round would not chamber with a full magazine
#3 Rolleyes Pretty Gay (No Offence)
That's nice too know anything more you would like too add?
People who have been around guns a long time will be hard on you about the basics. It's not personal its usually just that many of them have seen what happens when people are careless about safety. Negligent discharges do kill people.
Yeah I know I can Respect that more then just coming off the way you did at first
Well said. I do not take safety lightly. If you are new to shooting and guns, please get training, it could save a life. All guns are loaded and the muzzle always points down range. I use to shoot a lot of trap and skeet, until I almost had my leg blown off. My older brother thought he was empty, had his finger on trigger and he missed me by inches. That happened a long time ago but I will never forget it. I lose my sanity when I see weapons being handled poorly.
Roc...you seem like a decent guy. The ppl on this forum are eager to help people new to guns and shooting. While oftentimes it seems harsh or coarse, it is because safety is taken VERY seriously. I counted three safety violations, and could only get the first minute or so of the video to load.
Listen to the folks on here...everybody has something to offer.
(we'll address your grip later )
Yeah I understand what you say because I take a lot of people with me too tha Range and I always train them too shoot safely such as keeping gun down range and finger out the trigger section and always safety check gun all times an what too do if you have a jam
You will probably regret that post man.