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2013-11-01 07:52:40 PM
Not exactly the hardest gun to empty.
 
2013-11-01 08:12:21 PM
 
2013-11-01 08:53:33 PM

simplicimus: Not exactly the hardest gun to empty.


Some models are tricky.
 
2013-11-01 08:59:40 PM
if he was in new york he'd get jailtime for that
 
2013-11-01 09:02:11 PM

Barfmaker: This website is awesome: Woman Has Sex With Cat, Threatens Neighbor With Knife


i cant even get my cats to throwup on the tile instead of the carpet. how the hell did she pull that off?
 
2013-11-01 09:08:18 PM
Tag:  accidental discharge

No.  That was a negligent discharge

Once again; I don't have problems with firearms, I have problems with idiots having firearms.
 
2013-11-01 09:19:21 PM
OLLAGU
 
2013-11-01 09:39:24 PM
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2013-11-01 10:00:34 PM

2wolves: Tag:  accidental discharge

No.  That was a negligent discharge

Once again; I don't have problems with firearms, I have problems with idiots having firearms.


My definition of accidental discharge is shooting off before I get her panties off.

As my granpappy once said, the most dangerous weapon is an unloaded weapon.
 
2013-11-01 10:17:41 PM
We should either put proper clearing barrels at air port check in and train clerks in how to ensure that the customer is following the 4 rules or just abandon the requirement that somebody has to declare the firearm unloaded and drop a slip into the locked case.

In 13 years of being into shooting and years of following gun forums and blogs I have never run across a story of a loaded firearm discharging inside of a proper locked case.
 
2013-11-01 10:22:47 PM
How about something simple you idiot? DONT PUT YOUR WEENER SQUEEGEE ON THE TRIGGER UNLESS YOURE PLANNING TO SHOOT.
 
2013-11-01 10:48:22 PM
Are you crazy?!? Can't you see that man was a n- ?
 
2013-11-01 11:03:56 PM
Good thing nobody had a bottle of water!
 
2013-11-01 11:17:38 PM

NickelP: if he was in new york he'd get jailtime for that


if he was at LAX he'd be shot for that.
 
2013-11-01 11:18:27 PM
If the gun grabbers hadn't wanted to grab his gun it wouldn't have gone off
 
2013-11-01 11:21:47 PM
$2k in damage from a single shot?  What did it hit... a plane?
 
2013-11-01 11:23:47 PM
Responsible
 
2013-11-01 11:23:50 PM
In before "responsible gun owner"
 
2013-11-01 11:26:47 PM

drewbob21: $2k in damage from a single shot?  What did it hit... a plane?


Probably was shot. Went through some drywall and hit the next drywall behind it. So no you have a union crew of 5 guys to patch two walls of drywall, minimum of 8 hours per guy. So 40 man hours at $50/hour.
 
2013-11-01 11:31:39 PM
THEY

ARE

ALWAYS

LOADED
 
2013-11-01 11:32:21 PM

drewbob21: $2k in damage from a single shot?  What did it hit... a plane?


A nice countertop, the luggage scale, maybe the luggage belt....
 
2013-11-01 11:32:29 PM
I have many gun owners in my extended family. No one goes anywhere with a rifle/shotgun loaded unless you are hunting or doing target practice at the time when it is happening.  They are unloaded and confirmed unloaded otherwise.  How does this shiat continue to happen?
 
2013-11-01 11:33:24 PM

Vitamin Pb: drewbob21: $2k in damage from a single shot?  What did it hit... a plane?

Probably was shot. Went through some drywall and hit the next drywall behind it. So no you have a union crew of 5 guys to patch two walls of drywall, minimum of 8 hours per guy. So 40 man hours at $50/hour.


Plus replacing the underwear of the various people in the area.
 
2013-11-01 11:39:28 PM

jaytkay: Responsible


hundreddollarman: In before "responsible gun owner"


Missed it by three seconds...
 
2013-11-01 11:40:02 PM

Vitamin Pb: drewbob21: $2k in damage from a single shot?  What did it hit... a plane?

Probably was shot. Went through some drywall and hit the next drywall behind it. So no you have a union crew of 5 guys to patch two walls of drywall, minimum of 8 hours per guy. So 40 man hours at $50/hour.


Not to mention, if it was a plane, it would be ten times that.
 
2013-11-01 11:41:33 PM
Have traveled with checked firearms before, mostly from CA to other places.  Prior to Scaredy Date, they (the airlines) were more concerned about transporting backyard fruit.

/CSB
 
2013-11-01 11:43:57 PM

jbuist: We should either put proper clearing barrels at air port check in and train clerks in how to ensure that the customer is following the 4 rules or just abandon the requirement that somebody has to declare the firearm unloaded and drop a slip into the locked case.

In 13 years of being into shooting and years of following gun forums and blogs I have never run across a story of a loaded firearm discharging inside of a proper locked case.


Not all firearms are drop safe, especially shotguns. Even newer firearms aren't always drop safe. I'm ok with someone who is trained checking firearms(or just requiring a lock through the action/barrel flag in the breech before you get to the airport) to be clear. Have you seen how baggage handlers toss stuff around?
 
2013-11-01 11:45:08 PM

Vitamin Pb: drewbob21: $2k in damage from a single shot?  What did it hit... a plane?

Probably was shot. Went through some drywall and hit the next drywall behind it. So no you have a union crew of 5 guys to patch two walls of drywall, minimum of 8 hours per guy. So 40 man hours at $50 per hour


Union drywallers? In North Dakota?!

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2013-11-01 11:47:44 PM

Spazed: jbuist: We should either put proper clearing barrels at air port check in and train clerks in how to ensure that the customer is following the 4 rules or just abandon the requirement that somebody has to declare the firearm unloaded and drop a slip into the locked case.

In 13 years of being into shooting and years of following gun forums and blogs I have never run across a story of a loaded firearm discharging inside of a proper locked case.

Not all firearms are drop safe, especially shotguns. Even newer firearms aren't always drop safe. I'm ok with someone who is trained checking firearms(or just requiring a lock through the action/barrel flag in the breech before you get to the airport) to be clear. Have you seen how baggage handlers toss stuff around?


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2013-11-01 11:48:21 PM

Kuroshin: jaytkay: Responsible

hundreddollarman: In before "responsible gun owner"

Missed it by three seconds...


Damn!
 
2013-11-01 11:48:34 PM
Well, he did empty it, so all is good, right?
 
2013-11-01 11:49:29 PM

2wolves: Tag:  accidental discharge

No.  That was a negligent discharge

Once again; I don't have problems with firearms, I have problems with idiots having firearms.


All accidents are negligent.

Applying the latter term is merely a way to pretend it cannot happen to you. Which ironically is the opposite of the purpose the switching of terms is meant to solve.


I am careful with my firearms. Moreso than most. If a million of me were running around, I would bet that one of me would eventually fark up. Pretending it cannot happen to you is the first mistake.
 
2013-11-01 11:56:51 PM
That said, I don't see how you fire while downloading a shotgun. Then again I've only used a couple types of shotgun.
 
2013-11-01 11:58:13 PM
i306.photobucket.com
 
2013-11-02 12:00:36 AM

Mock26: Well, he did empty it, so all is good, right?


Actually, this time yes.  Just pay the damage bill and be on your way, sir.
 
2013-11-02 12:03:10 AM
Smackledorfer:

All accidents are negligent.


No, negligent means you should have known better but you didn't.  You can have an accident through no fault of your own.
 
2013-11-02 12:04:36 AM

Smackledorfer: That said, I don't see how you fire while downloading a shotgun. Then again I've only used a couple types of shotgun.


You can download shotguns? Is this a 3D printing thing?
 
2013-11-02 12:05:31 AM

2wolves: Tag:  accidental discharge

No.  That was a negligent discharge

Once again; I don't have problems with firearms, I have problems with idiots having firearms.


That line of reasoning is pretty much what makes it a certainly that this will never stop happening.

Some people are foolish all the time, others are foolish very seldom, and nobody is perfect at anything.
 
2013-11-02 12:05:56 AM

Kenny B: [i306.photobucket.com image 347x466]


If they shoot like they drive, maybe not.
 
2013-11-02 12:06:31 AM

Smackledorfer: I don't see how you fire while downloading a shotgun


When did this become a 3D printing thread?
 
2013-11-02 12:08:24 AM
No charges filed? wow i would have thought he would be looking at prison time the way things are now.
 
2013-11-02 12:08:29 AM
Well, he did try to call the guy an "n" so I say it's a clean shoot.
 
2013-11-02 12:21:24 AM
Not against firearms at all. But this old fark needs to have all his weapons taken away. He is clearly isn't capable of properly handling loaded weapons.
 
2013-11-02 12:26:08 AM
Proving once again that no good gun goes unloaded.
 
2013-11-02 12:27:22 AM

Farkenhostile: No charges filed? wow i would have thought he would be looking at prison time the way things are now.


It's cold enough in Bismarck that the TSA doesn't even want to set up shop there, so common sense is still the norm.
 
2013-11-02 12:29:25 AM

dbaggins: 2wolves: Tag:  accidental discharge

No.  That was a negligent discharge

Once again; I don't have problems with firearms, I have problems with idiots having firearms.

That line of reasoning is pretty much what makes it a certainly that this will never stop happening.

Some people are foolish all the time, others are foolish very seldom, and nobody is perfect at anything.


Correct.  Now take a look at accidents per capita and accidents per mile (or km) between the U.S. and European nations.  It's more difficult to get a license across the pond and they require a higher skill set.

Let us now apply that to gaining ownership of a firearm.
 
2013-11-02 12:29:33 AM

whatshisname: If the gun grabbers hadn't wanted to grab his gun it wouldn't have gone off


Is that what you tell your lady?
 
2013-11-02 12:29:36 AM

Mister Pleco: I have many gun owners in my extended family. No one goes anywhere with a rifle/shotgun loaded unless you are hunting or doing target practice at the time when it is happening.  They are unloaded and confirmed unloaded otherwise.  How does this shiat continue to happen?


I guess it was drilled into my brain. Make sure it's unloaded by removing magazine, open action/breech/bolt, visually inspect, stick your finger in the loading end of the barrel. Then close it up, put the safety on, and treat it as if it were loaded. Don't load it until you are physically at the place where you are going to fire and have inspected the target, backstop, etc. Guns can kill you. Respect them and don't screw around.
 
2013-11-02 12:33:24 AM

jbuist: We should either put proper clearing barrels at air port check in


I've never seen one in the US, but in Thailand, they have them out in the open near check-in.
 
2013-11-02 12:47:05 AM
Heh, kind of an a**hole not to unload it, but MURICA so cut him a break. These things happen.
 
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