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2013-12-30 06:17:26 PM
Police said no citations were issued and it's unlikely that charges will be filed.

Being that big of a dumbass should at least involve a citation.
 
2013-12-30 06:52:54 PM
Look, dipshiat.  It's called a trigger block:

i.imgur.com

It wedges between the trigger and the back of the guard.  You can remove it in about .5 of a second if you feel you need to discharge your weapon.  I never, ever, EVER carried my Glock unholstered without a trigger block in place.  It's even a pro-active defense.  If someone grabs your gun, and they don't know it's there, they won't be able to farking shoot you until they figure out how to pop it out.

If you carry an unholstered Glock, with one in the chamber, you're a farking idiot not to have one of these in place.  It does NOTHING to decrease your safety, and a shiat ton to increase it.
 
2013-12-30 06:53:21 PM
His big dumb ass is probably a little smaller now...
 
2013-12-30 06:53:47 PM
Everyone is thinking it so I'll just say it...

Frickin white people!
 
2013-12-30 06:55:34 PM
At least it wasn't his step daughter.
 
2013-12-30 06:57:11 PM
img.fark.net
 
2013-12-30 06:58:23 PM
"Thought it was his wallet", yeah, sure. Dumbass was bored and playing with his toy.
 
2013-12-30 06:58:24 PM

fusillade762: Police said no citations were issued and it's unlikely that charges will be filed.

Being that big of a dumbass should at least involve a citation.


plaxico burress would like a word...
 
2013-12-30 06:59:08 PM
"Accidently"? There's typos, and then there's just being an illiterate dumbass.
 
2013-12-30 06:59:27 PM
Did he have guns for hands?

/DNRTFA
 
2013-12-30 06:59:31 PM
Attention people who have guns but shouldn't: If you're going to carry a handgun with a round in the chamber, please do us all a favor and stick it in the FRONT of your jeans, not the back.

We don't want you reproducing.

Love, Gun Owners Everywhere.
 
2013-12-30 07:02:03 PM
Too bad he didn't shoot his testicles off. We need less gun-owners in the USA breeding and spreading their madness to a new generation.

So brave, going to HOME DEPOT in that warzone known as Brighton, MI. Why would a 32-year-old white male who is not a criminal nor police officer need to carry a sidearm?

Need a blankie too for when you go the scawy big-box store? Want mummy to go into the restroom with you to go potty, honey? It's OK...I am here.
 
2013-12-30 07:02:06 PM

dahmers love zombie: Look, dipshiat.  It's called a trigger block:


The Glock 42 is going to be part of an amazing number of negligent discharges.  A pocket pistol of the sort most commonly carried by inexperienced shooters, combined with the "safe-action" trigger is a sure formula for incidents.
 
2013-12-30 07:08:52 PM
It only his butt had a gun, this would not have happened.
 
2013-12-30 07:11:26 PM
Glock?  Yup, case closed

Wouldn't have happened if he was actually carrying the CZ-75B from the picture.
 
2013-12-30 07:12:23 PM
"Police said no citations were issued and it's unlikely that charges will be filed. " So, I'm guessing that means his permit is still valid? That is farked. A negligent discharge should force an immediate suspension of his license until he can get before a judge and prove why he should be allowed to keep it. Wouldn't be opposed to a one and done rule on negligent discharges, either. Idiot.
 
2013-12-30 07:12:53 PM

dahmers love zombie: If you carry an unholstered Glock, with one in the chamber, you're a farking idiot not to have one of these in place.  It does NOTHING to decrease your safety, and a shiat ton to increase it.


FTFY
 
2013-12-30 07:13:39 PM

dahmers love zombie: Look, dipshiat.  It's called a trigger block:

[i.imgur.com image 304x200]

It wedges between the trigger and the back of the guard.  You can remove it in about .5 of a second if you feel you need to discharge your weapon.  I never, ever, EVER carried my Glock unholstered without a trigger block in place.  It's even a pro-active defense.  If someone grabs your gun, and they don't know it's there, they won't be able to farking shoot you until they figure out how to pop it out.

If you carry an unholstered Glock, with one in the chamber, you're a farking idiot not to have one of these in place.  It does NOTHING to decrease your safety, and a shiat ton to increase it.


Buy a gun with a safety?
 
2013-12-30 07:14:22 PM

Primum: Too bad he didn't shoot his testicles off. We need less gun-owners in the USA breeding and spreading their madness to a new generation.

So brave, going to HOME DEPOT in that warzone known as Brighton, MI. Why would a 32-year-old white male who is not a criminal nor police officer need to carry a sidearm?

Need a blankie too for when you go the scawy big-box store? Want mummy to go into the restroom with you to go potty, honey? It's OK...I am here.


Why are you in the potty at the big box store? Is your name Sea Bass?
 
2013-12-30 07:21:53 PM
I'll take "Things that happen to Mark Sanchez on his off days" for $500, Alex!
 
2013-12-30 07:23:23 PM

bud jones: fusillade762: Police said no citations were issued and it's unlikely that charges will be filed.

Being that big of a dumbass should at least involve a citation.

plaxico burress would like a word...


Burress didn't have a license for the gun he shot himself with, iirc.
 
2013-12-30 07:24:06 PM
Or don't put one in the chamber.  How the hell long does it take you folks to rack the slide?
 
2013-12-30 07:25:34 PM

Rozinante: dahmers love zombie: Look, dipshiat.  It's called a trigger block:

[i.imgur.com image 304x200]

It wedges between the trigger and the back of the guard.  You can remove it in about .5 of a second if you feel you need to discharge your weapon.  I never, ever, EVER carried my Glock unholstered without a trigger block in place.  It's even a pro-active defense.  If someone grabs your gun, and they don't know it's there, they won't be able to farking shoot you until they figure out how to pop it out.

If you carry an unholstered Glock, with one in the chamber, you're a farking idiot not to have one of these in place.  It does NOTHING to decrease your safety, and a shiat ton to increase it.

Buy a gun with a safety?



This. Glocks are nice weapons, but no matter what they say I find the lack of a manual safety to be extremely disconcerting.
 
2013-12-30 07:26:26 PM

dahmers love zombie: Look, dipshiat.  It's called a trigger block:



It wedges between the trigger and the back of the guard.  You can remove it in about .5 of a second if you feel you need to discharge your weapon.  I never, ever, EVER carried my Glock unholstered without a trigger block in place.  It's even a pro-active defense.  If someone grabs your gun, and they don't know it's there, they won't be able to farking shoot you until they figure out how to pop it out.

If you carry an unholstered Glock, with one in the chamber, you're a farking idiot not to have one of these in place.  It does NOTHING to decrease your safety, and a shiat ton to increase it.


I'm not a huge fan of the glock anyway. I prefer my 1911 100% over a glock. Plus, I never run around with one in the chamber; I will do a full mag, but walking around with one in the chamber is just asking for trouble.

/ a lot of people disagree with me on this one
 
2013-12-30 07:26:35 PM

Speef: Attention people who have guns but shouldn't: If you're going to carry a handgun with a round in the chamber, please do us all a favor and stick it in the FRONT of your jeans, not the back.

We don't want you reproducing.

Love, Gun Owners Everywhere.


I always carry mine in my front pocket. Barrel facing out though.
 
2013-12-30 07:30:31 PM

iheartscotch: dahmers love zombie: Look, dipshiat.  It's called a trigger block:

It wedges between the trigger and the back of the guard.  You can remove it in about .5 of a second if you feel you need to discharge your weapon.  I never, ever, EVER carried my Glock unholstered without a trigger block in place.  It's even a pro-active defense.  If someone grabs your gun, and they don't know it's there, they won't be able to farking shoot you until they figure out how to pop it out.

If you carry an unholstered Glock, with one in the chamber, you're a farking idiot not to have one of these in place.  It does NOTHING to decrease your safety, and a shiat ton to increase it.

I'm not a huge fan of the glock anyway. I prefer my 1911 100% over a glock. Plus, I never run around with one in the chamber; I will do a full mag, but walking around with one in the chamber is just asking for trouble.

/ a lot of people disagree with me on this one


I agree with you, and I can't imagine a real world situation where having to rack the slide would make a difference (you have to pull the gun out and shoot it instantly, as opposed to 0.8 seconds later?  WTF?  Surprise car jacking in Tijuana for a living?) and if you live in such a place, you need to examine your life choices rather than carry a round in the chamber.
 
2013-12-30 07:31:42 PM

NightOwl2255: It only his butt had a gun, this would not have happened.


More guns is surely the answer.
 
2013-12-30 07:32:45 PM

Wolf_Blitzer: Rozinante: dahmers love zombie: Look, dipshiat.  It's called a trigger block:

[i.imgur.com image 304x200]

It wedges between the trigger and the back of the guard.  You can remove it in about .5 of a second if you feel you need to discharge your weapon.  I never, ever, EVER carried my Glock unholstered without a trigger block in place.  It's even a pro-active defense.  If someone grabs your gun, and they don't know it's there, they won't be able to farking shoot you until they figure out how to pop it out.

If you carry an unholstered Glock, with one in the chamber, you're a farking idiot not to have one of these in place.  It does NOTHING to decrease your safety, and a shiat ton to increase it.

Buy a gun with a safety?


This. Glocks are nice weapons, but no matter what they say I find the lack of a manual safety to be extremely disconcerting.


Oh, they make a bunch of noise about how safe they are, and that it's virtually impossible to discharge one without pulling the trigger, but a lotta damn things can pull that trigger.  My first purchase after I got my 26 was  a trigger block.  It's almost instantly removable if you WANT to fire the weapon, and virtually perfect at preventing the weapon from being fired if you don't want it fired.  You can even hook a lock on the side of it for complete safety in a household with children.  With the key, it takes about four seconds to go from completely, utterly unfireable, to a defensive weapon.  If you've waited until you have less than four seconds to make that choice, I'd submit you're not really paying attention.
 
2013-12-30 07:33:26 PM
If you manage to shoot yourself in the ass by accident, you should not be allowed to carry a weapon as a matter of safety to others. Seriously, if you can't carry a gun without shooting yourself, you can't be trusted around other people.
 
2013-12-30 07:33:59 PM

DoctorOfLove: Or don't put one in the chamber.  How the hell long does it take you folks to rack the slide?


Not very long, if you have both hands free. That's the key word, IF!
 
2013-12-30 07:36:20 PM

Flashlight: Speef: Attention people who have guns but shouldn't: If you're going to carry a handgun with a round in the chamber, please do us all a favor and stick it in the FRONT of your jeans, not the back.

We don't want you reproducing.

Love, Gun Owners Everywhere.

I always carry mine in my front pocket. Barrel facing out though.


I thought you were just happy to see me.
 
2013-12-30 07:37:37 PM

rwfan: NightOwl2255: It only his butt had a gun, this would not have happened.

More guns is surely the answer.


More guns is always the answer.
 
2013-12-30 07:38:14 PM

iheartscotch: dahmers love zombie: Look, dipshiat.  It's called a trigger block:

It wedges between the trigger and the back of the guard.  You can remove it in about .5 of a second if you feel you need to discharge your weapon.  I never, ever, EVER carried my Glock unholstered without a trigger block in place.  It's even a pro-active defense.  If someone grabs your gun, and they don't know it's there, they won't be able to farking shoot you until they figure out how to pop it out.

If you carry an unholstered Glock, with one in the chamber, you're a farking idiot not to have one of these in place.  It does NOTHING to decrease your safety, and a shiat ton to increase it.

I'm not a huge fan of the glock anyway. I prefer my 1911 100% over a glock. Plus, I never run around with one in the chamber; I will do a full mag, but walking around with one in the chamber is just asking for trouble.

/ a lot of people disagree with me on this one


Are you going to ask an attacker to stop so you can free up both hands to rack the slide? A gun without a round chambered is no better than a rock.
 
2013-12-30 07:38:24 PM

DoctorOfLove: Or don't put one in the chamber. How the hell long does it take you folks to rack the slide?


No firearms advice out of you.  Be quite and go talk about something you know about.

DoctorOfLove: I agree with you, and I can't imagine a real world situation where having to rack the slide would make a difference


- If one of your arms has been injured by being shot or stabbed
- If an attacker has one of your arms pinned to you such as grappling.
- If you have to shoot one handed from a retention position while using your support hand to fend off and attacker or block a weapon.
- If you have to shoot through a pocket holster or holster purse using only one hand.
 
2013-12-30 07:39:30 PM
right in the but-tocks. They said it was a million dollar wound, but the army must keep that money 'cause I still haven't seen a nickel of that million dollars.
 
2013-12-30 07:40:15 PM

Primum: Too bad he didn't shoot his testicles off. We need less gun-owners in the USA breeding and spreading their madness to a new generation.

So brave, going to HOME DEPOT in that warzone known as Brighton, MI. Why would a 32-year-old white male who is not a criminal nor police officer need to carry a sidearm?

Need a blankie too for when you go the scawy big-box store? Want mummy to go into the restroom with you to go potty, honey? It's OK...I am here.


You could have simplified your posting by merely stating that you are incapable of rationally discussing the subject of firearms.
 
2013-12-30 07:40:40 PM

scotty425: DoctorOfLove: Or don't put one in the chamber.  How the hell long does it take you folks to rack the slide?

Not very long, if you have both hands free. That's the key word, IF!


If you are shooting so fast that racking the slide is too long, and with one hand to boot, I'm willing to wager you aren't going to hit what your aiming at unless it's lying on top of you.
 
2013-12-30 07:42:01 PM
I have managed, after carrying a firearm regularly for more than seven years, not to suffer a single negligent discharge. In fact, I have managed never to make unintentional physical contact with my carry firearm. I do not understand how those who have caused such negligent discharges have managed to do so.
 
2013-12-30 07:43:43 PM

Rozinante: Buy a gun with a safety?


And don't have a round in the chamber?

No, fark it:
Buy one of those Eurotrash firearms without manual safeties.
Carry it with a round in the chamber.
Don't use a proper holster - just stick it in the front of your pants.
Play with it in big box stores.
Please. Please. Please.

/Just stay the fark away from me and mine.
 
2013-12-30 07:48:24 PM
Did he simultaneously butt-dial 911?

\DRTFA
 
2013-12-30 07:50:27 PM

Flashlight: iheartscotch: dahmers love zombie: Look, dipshiat.  It's called a trigger block:

It wedges between the trigger and the back of the guard.  You can remove it in about .5 of a second if you feel you need to discharge your weapon.  I never, ever, EVER carried my Glock unholstered without a trigger block in place.  It's even a pro-active defense.  If someone grabs your gun, and they don't know it's there, they won't be able to farking shoot you until they figure out how to pop it out.

If you carry an unholstered Glock, with one in the chamber, you're a farking idiot not to have one of these in place.  It does NOTHING to decrease your safety, and a shiat ton to increase it.

I'm not a huge fan of the glock anyway. I prefer my 1911 100% over a glock. Plus, I never run around with one in the chamber; I will do a full mag, but walking around with one in the chamber is just asking for trouble.

/ a lot of people disagree with me on this one

Are you going to ask an attacker to stop so you can free up both hands to rack the slide? A gun without a round chambered is no better than a rock.


They don't know that you don't have a round in the chamber. Plus, situational awareness is pretty important when you're talking about a potentially violent situation.
 
2013-12-30 07:51:55 PM

Primum: Too bad he didn't shoot his testicles off. We need less gun-owners in the USA breeding and spreading their madness to a new generation.

So brave, going to HOME DEPOT in that warzone known as Brighton, MI. Why would a 32-year-old white male who is not a criminal nor police officer need to carry a sidearm?


Thanks for telling everyone how to live Captain Lib.
Next up, outlaw women with big titties because why does anyone need anything that big?

I hope you walk to work, hypocrite.
 
2013-12-30 07:54:06 PM
This cock needs a $10,000 citation for negligent public discharge.
 
2013-12-30 07:54:54 PM

Nutsac_Jim: This cock needs a $10,000 citation for negligent public discharge.


I do not understand why so few such citations are issued.
 
2013-12-30 07:57:30 PM

Rozinante: If you carry an unholstered Glock, with one in the chamber, you're a farking idiot not to have one of these in place.  It does NOTHING to decrease your safety, and a shiat ton to increase it.

Buy a gun with a safety?


Does a round really need to be in the chamber?  Really?  You expect to be ambushed so quickly that you cant rack a round as you point it to aim?    What if aliens show up?
 
2013-12-30 07:57:36 PM

iheartscotch: Flashlight: iheartscotch: dahmers love zombie: Look, dipshiat.  It's called a trigger block:

It wedges between the trigger and the back of the guard.  You can remove it in about .5 of a second if you feel you need to discharge your weapon.  I never, ever, EVER carried my Glock unholstered without a trigger block in place.  It's even a pro-active defense.  If someone grabs your gun, and they don't know it's there, they won't be able to farking shoot you until they figure out how to pop it out.

If you carry an unholstered Glock, with one in the chamber, you're a farking idiot not to have one of these in place.  It does NOTHING to decrease your safety, and a shiat ton to increase it.

I'm not a huge fan of the glock anyway. I prefer my 1911 100% over a glock. Plus, I never run around with one in the chamber; I will do a full mag, but walking around with one in the chamber is just asking for trouble.

/ a lot of people disagree with me on this one

Are you going to ask an attacker to stop so you can free up both hands to rack the slide? A gun without a round chambered is no better than a rock.

They don't know that you don't have a round in the chamber. Plus, situational awareness is pretty important when you're talking about a potentially violent situation.


That person not knowing that you don't have a round in the chamber doesn't help you shoot him.
 
2013-12-30 07:59:57 PM
I go to that Home Depot all the time. I was not aware I needed a gun.
 
2013-12-30 08:01:43 PM
Nutsac_Jim:

Does a round really need to be in the chamber?  Really?  You expect to be ambushed so quickly that you cant rack a round as you point it to aim?
I suppose you think that every cop in the country carries their service weapon with an empty chamber.
 
2013-12-30 08:03:25 PM
Nutsac_Jim: Does a round really need to be in the chamber?  Really?  You expect to be ambushed so quickly that you cant rack a round as you point it to aim?    What if aliens show up?

You don't need to argue with me. I know guys that carried with an empty chamber in Afghanistan, and they actually had a daily likelyhood of using the things.
 
2013-12-30 08:04:22 PM

scotty425: Nutsac_Jim:

Does a round really need to be in the chamber?  Really?  You expect to be ambushed so quickly that you cant rack a round as you point it to aim?
I suppose you think that every cop in the country carries their service weapon with an empty chamber.


They also Glock themselves regularly.
 
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