He came home after work and broke the gun apart (glock 30) to do some type of trigger modification, put it back together, and right after he put the mag back in he realized he didn't oil the trigger area down good. Broke it back down again (without removing the mag) and when he put it back together he followed habit from years of cleaning and pulled the trigger to decock it and shot himself in the foot. Bullet went in the top left side of his left foot near the ankle, came out the lower right side. Luckily it missed everything major but he is in his late forties and a diabetic. He lives with his parents and they were in the other room and said all they heard was a cannon and him screaming. I went over to the house after I visited him and my grandpa found the bullet in the bathroom. I didn't think at the time to get a pic of it. Was a hollow point also. 6 to 8 weeks recovery, he may end up losing his job now because of this and being out so long. He is the last person I ever thought this would happen to. He has like 40 guns (original mp5, real steyer aug, etc.) and been messing with them since he was like 12. He just got in a non thinking habit of cleaning and when he broke it back down for the part he forgot to oil he left the mag in. He was coming out to my dad's the next day also to shoot the wife's FN 57, my new AR-15, dad's gsg-5, and some other goodies also. UPDATE: Uncle's foot is fine but he had to sell his mp5 for $16,000 to cover the medical bill, ended up selling it last week.