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.44 Mag Trainer Negligent Discharge

Discussion in 'Hunting & firearms' started by 5spot, Mar 14, 2017.

  1. 5spot

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    I meant to do that! Stay safe out there fellas. I would have walked out right then and asked for my money back.


     
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    Sure was waiving that loaded gun around alot ." Alright lessons over I have to go apply for unemployment".
     
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    Especially with the hammer back! Where was his trigger finger? Well, inside the trigger guard, where else? Just about clocked himself!
     
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    the look on the guy on the left is priceless
     
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    Hope he safety checked his chonies!
     
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    NOT FUNNY ! Why was the weapon loaded when he was demonstrating how to hold, point, aim a pistol. He was lucky no one was shot. Also that hole in the ceiling now BELONGS to him. If he is a certified instructor he needs to be decertified for gross negligence and improper use of a firearm.
     
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    Probably one of those concrete bunker type ranges. I'm willing to bet he does not work there any more.
     
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    Treat, Never, Keep, Keep...what an idiot!
     
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    I'm pretty sure he DID clock himself in the mouth.
     
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    I wouldn't have been too concerned about the weapon being loaded up until the point that he cocked the hammer. He was actually being "safe" when he first pointed the weapon in the air and showed the wrist rotations, finger was off the trigger and the hammer was not cocked. There was no way for that double action weapon to go off. Why he decided to put his finger on the trigger AFTER he cocked the hammer and wasn't ready to fire probably (and should) cost him his job. Luckily it didn't cost him his or someone else's life!

    I had a roommate years ago that went completely through BUDS and was doing his final quals to get his trident. He pointed his loaded weapon in an "unsafe manner" during a training exercise and it cost him his career in the Navy and any chance to ever be a SEAL! The dude had already completed the 26 weeks of intense training, including hell week, and was d u n done after one "mistake". They didn't even ask twice, no second chance! Adios!
     

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