This is a discussion on ND in restroom within the Concealed Carry Issues & Discussions forums, part of the Defensive Carry Discussions category; Just read a story about a ND in a restaurant restroom in CO. Guy discharges his gun while in the restroom... no pun intended. How ...
Just read a story about a ND in a restaurant restroom in CO. Guy discharges his gun while in the restroom... no pun intended. How the heck do you do that?!? What a dummy!
With that all cleared up, cue comments about restroom discharge...
...ironic that it happened in a restroom at a Pei Wei restaurant...guess it would be called a Pei Wei restroom, then...so a man had a Pei Wei accident...
Funny story. This same thing happened several years ago in Utah, at a McDonald's. The shooter hit the commode (no pun intended) and pretty much demolished it. I was on the S&W website when I read it. Somebody posted a message saying "I wonder what model it was" (meaning the gun). I posted back saying I thought it was an American Standard. The guy actually did a web search for American Standard firearms!
Last edited by asldkjfqwoifqwo; March 23rd, 2013 at 10:57 PM. Reason: Elucidation
Booger hook + Bang switch = BOOM....... Deafening in tight spaces.....Should have taken a book to read instead of playing with his gun.......
My rifle and pistol are tools, I am the weapon.
doing something over and over expecting different results
Definitely deserves whatever happens to him!
"If you make something idiot proof, someone will make a better idiot."
...only a plumber could love that one...I love it!!!
...actually, the closest I could come to proving it wasn't close... http://manhattanfirearms.com/
...American Standard toilets weren't a brand till the 60s...before that it was "Standard"...I can't find firearms in their history at all...can you help me??<
There are better ways to clear out the line for the urinals. Most are not nearly as effective though.
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Lucky no one was hurt. Safety, safety, safety, the best one is between your ears.
I bet that scared the . . . nevermind. Too obvious.
From the photo, the firearm appears to have been pointed in a horizontal direction, at least waist high.
What the heck was the guy doing?
To get in a jibe: he obviously should have been handling his gun, not his pistol.
The only common sense gun legislation was written about 226 years ago.
I carry always not because I go places trouble is likely, but because trouble has a habit of not staying in its assigned zone.