Discussion in 'On Topic' started by johnson, Sep 25, 2008.
I think that was more than a "single second of carelessness." Oops, I accidentally chambered a round and then pointed the gun at my leg and pulled the trigger.
Good thing it was a 40 short and weak. 10mm she would have shoot through the floor below her and through the basement to the bedrock.
Funny how people who ND are always usually very safe, and act responsibly every time before
in for the gov't banning .40S&W due to increased danger of ND
On of the match directors here ND'ed himself in the kneecap with a 9mm browning high power. He was cleaning the gun while watching TV in his easy chair. Seems the gun was "defective" and he immediately sold it to one of my shooting buddies. My buddy has yet to ND himself though. Maybe it's just a matter of time?
Kinda like http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MeGD7r6s-zU
If I ever had a ND I wouldn't tell anyone shit about it.
you're a cop. how can you get shot and not tell your boss?
Shit, I'd find a way.
Anyhoo, not all ND's involve injury.
I know a Marshal who popped a hole through the door of a 2 week old Yukon from the inside.
thats true. yeah, if i shot a hole in my wall i don't think it would be necessary to notify my boss
Did he get a medal for bravery under fire?
"It was like 9/11 all over again"
Actually, he had the hole patched and bought a new interior panel, but when I drive in it with him, I ask "do you hear something whistling?"