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Handling an AD/ND

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    What SIXTO said.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Avenger View Post
    Oh, and there is no such thing as an "accidental" discharge.
    There is, but it's not related to guns.

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    Quote Originally Posted by JohnK87 View Post
    What, you guys would take the cyber beating?

    I'd be doing the 3 S's... shoot, spackle, SHUT UP!
    The historic 3 S's ended with shower and shave...and I'm pretty sure I would have done the first S when the gun went off...which would have necessitated the shower...just substitute spackle for shave and you're done.
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    Of all the gun people I know, my Dad (the man that beat gun safety into me both figuratively and litterealy at times) "dry fired" his AR and shot a hole in the cealing and roof one day. He claims it was a roofing penetration test.
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    Quote Originally Posted by JohnK87 View Post
    What, you guys would take the cyber beating?

    I'd be doing the 3 S's... shoot, spackle, SHUT UP!
    Amen to this.
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    This is a creative scenario.... I guess it would completely depend on where you live. If its an apartment you better check upstairs to see if someone is hurt and prepare for the police arrival.

    If its your house you should check to see if the bullet made it all the way through your house or not. I would imagine a typical pistol or shotgun shot (not slug) wouldn't make it through a ceiling and a roof but you never know.

    I think Sixto has it right... If you have a ND you need to write out the rules again and again.
    There is something about firing 4,200 thirty millimeter rounds/min that makes me feel all warm and fuzzy inside.

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