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Bad: Bullet casing flew out of the stove, hitting Henderson in the stomach

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    His idea for hiding a pistol was half-baked.
    He could have cooked up a much better idea for storage
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    a gas stove has a broiler underneath the oven...many people throw cookie sheets and the like in there for storage...in an electric stove it is a storage compartment...you dont have to open the broiler door to heat and load the oven and the burner for the oven is exposed in the broiler section...the gun essentially was broiled under a gas flame like a burger king burger...

    when cooked a centerfire round can be set off and the bullet being heavier than the casing makes the casing become the projectile....myth busters did a great show on it and even threw some rounds in an open fire surrounded by standing wood...some of the rounds penetrated the wood and turned the fire into a random projectile mill firing in all directions...

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    Quote Originally Posted by tkruf View Post
    That was my first thought. Why did he have his gun in the stove in the first place? Must have been pre-heating the oven, because otherwise you'd think they would see the gun in there when they put the food in. Normally pre-heat first.

    Hiding their gun in the oven I'd say. Sure, no thief would ever think to look in the oven for anything to steal. Unless it was a hungry thief !

    My sister had someone break in her home one time. Drank a whole pitcher of ice tea.
    Why would a criminal/burglar go looking for a gun in the oven?

    I'm just sayin'...
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