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    Man accidentally shoots self in leg at Wal Mart

    maybe he was carrying a gun with a belt clip ( pf-9, p3at ), felt his pants riding a little low and went to pull them up, finger hits the trigger and boom!!!
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    Quote Originally Posted by cl00bie View Post
    Then all of us would buy our ammo and nachos at K-Mart.
    Or maybe support local gun shops...

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    Quote Originally Posted by imatt View Post
    Or maybe support local gun shops...
    Gun shops have started serving nachos??

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    Quote Originally Posted by QKShooter View Post
    And you can see by reading some of the comments. (below)
    WHY carrying a firearm out in public is a great responsibility.

    You have a responsiblity to all other legal defensive carry people to carry your safely and not goof around and fidgit with it.


    Thank You Dr. Jekyll, for helping make the point I have been saying forever.
    We (the public at large) cannot be trusted to drive to Mickey D's for a Big Mac without fastening our seatbelts for fear that we could potentially kill each other with head-on collisions, rollovers, etc.
    But the same public at large should be trusted to carry hand-cannons into WallyWorld, no questions asked because of an obsolete, outdated amendment says so.
    Makes no sense, never will. I.Q. testING FOR CWPs!!!!

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    Who are the NUTS, the dummies carrying around a weapon who cannot go to WallyWorld without discharging their weapon, or the people scared of getting shot by the dummies carrying around weapons in WallyWorld???

    Einsteins like this winner (at least he shot himself, and not an innocent bystander--karma maybe)make my point exactly.
    The general public cannot be trusted to carry weapons.


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    FINALLY--a solution has presented itself.
    COMMON SENSE AND I.Q. testS by an objective observer. (not their Uncle Bo)
    The joke of a gun safety class required to get a CWP is not near enough.
    If you want to carry around hand-cannons, you have to prove you are smarter than the average bear, and this dummy who shot himself in WallyWorld would have failed miserably!!!

    Dummies like this make it too easy to make fun of all you GUN NUTS!! LOL!! TOO FUNNY!!!!

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    That's a good question. Whether or not the answer will be forthcoming is now doubtful after the authorities refused to provide any details in the earlier accidental shooting.
    We shall have to wait and see if either Walmart, the authorities (sheriff's department), or the News Journal will want to shed any light on this.
    "omgwtfnoway" is my sentiments exactly.
    It's starting to look like we've got some really thoughtless people in possession of these guns.
    Both the animals who want to rob and kill us, AND ourselves too.
    Just more evidence that this country and it's people are on the road to decline.

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    I find myself agreeing with all but the text in bold.

    That's a classic anti-gun view of the second amendment, and I'm calling you out for using it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by sigman31620 View Post
    I find myself agreeing with all but the text in bold.

    That's a classic anti-gun view of the second amendment, and I'm calling you out for using it.
    All the snippets are from comments on the article, not necessarily his own personal opinions. In fact, I'd say he disagreed with all of them by the way he introduced the quotes.

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    Quote Originally Posted by sigman31620 View Post
    I find myself agreeing with all but the text in bold.

    That's a classic anti-gun view of the second amendment, and I'm calling you out for using it.
    hes using examples of what antis will say. welcome sigman31620 to the forum.
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    Quote Originally Posted by sigman31620 View Post
    I find myself agreeing with all but the text in bold.

    That's a classic anti-gun view of the second amendment, and I'm calling you out for using it.
    We don't "call someone out" here at DefensiveCarry.

    Seriously.

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    Quote Originally Posted by sigman31620 View Post
    That's a classic anti-gun view of the second amendment, and I'm calling you out for using it.
    QKShooter being called out for being "anti-gun"?

    As others said, those are quotes that others have made....
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    Sigman31620, it would be advisable to make sure that you are reading in the proper context before making accusations. I realize that you are new here so keep in mind that you should get to know people from their previous threads, possibly before even replying. QKShooter is one of the most conservative, pro 2nd A people here. Take this as you will but please keep in mind that this should be a courteous site.
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    Quote Originally Posted by tinkerinWstuff View Post
    Gun shops have started serving nachos??
    I'm pretty sure my local shop would if they knew it would get me in there more often!

    Regardless, nachos add to the midsection ring.

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    Oh, a couple of extra bulges only helps with concealment.
    Life is too short, stop to smell the roses and don't let anyone take it away from you!

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    Sorry guys, I was having a bad night last night, I almost got run off the road by a road-grader, and was pissed off while reading.

    Please accept my apologies QKShooter and thank you all for welcoming me to the forum.

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