Discussion in 'On Topic' started by 90free400e, Jul 16, 2009.
looks like it went straight through
look at 0:36 over and over. was there a grip on the front that fell off, or was he holding an extended mag (30 rnd?) and it came loose?
yeah it's gotta be a vertical grip. what a fucking idiot
Yeah, it was a vertical grip IIRC.
sounds legal lol
I wonder if there was a subsequent visit from the BATFE...
i love how he turned and swept everyone with a hot machine pistol.
Full auto glocks are not for noobs.
I guess meth is a hell of a drug
Gah that hurts. But yeah he was holding onto a VFG that came loose, you can see it on the ground at the end.
ouch, i'm surprised he could move all his fingers
Looks like it went in just below the fatty part of the thumb on the wrist and came out on top the hand. Ouch.
Thats a good sign though right? He didn't hit anything too vital to the functionality of his hand. Lucky.
I agree it was bad, but I can see how a guy who just blew a hold through his hand might not exactly be in a right state of mind.
18C is it's own model.
"Glock 18 17 converted" That really clarifies, and youtube titles/comment are always spot on.
Still no excuse. Unsafe is unsafe. I've seen people trip and fall, faint from heat exhaustion and still have the gun pointed down range and not sweep anybody. I have heard of people shooting themselves in the leg while going for the gun out of the holster, and having a heart attach on the stage and still not sweeping anybody.
Muzzle disipline needs to be almost subconcious. This is where you hear about guys who have fingers off the trigger on screwgun and bottles of windex etc.
What it comes down to is the guy was a strait up noob. His buddies are noobs. Whoever owned the pistol such as a shooting range that rents full autos should of had better control of the situation. For example the indoor ranges in Vegas that rents full autos always has an employee next to the shooter in a position to trap his wrist if the guy turns and sweeps. If they saw somebody was struggling to control the pistol such as numb nuts in the video they probably would of stopped him. Corrected him until he was able to control and then let him go at it.
Talking about trigger discipline and not flagging people.
That picture is awesome, and so is the story behind it. A haaaaaard man right there.
from my memorial day thread
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