Shot fired in Hawaii school-rule breakage.

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    Shot fired in Hawaii school-rule breakage.

    Gun Fired at Hawaii Middle School, 1 Injured - FoxNews.com

    Kid took a .45 caliber GLOCK to school, removed the magazine (the article says the boy unloaded the magazine) then pointed the gun at another student and pulled the trigger. Guess what. It went bang!


    Look out for new rules regarding the ability of a gun to fire without a magazine in it.
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    Gee!! How does an empty gun go BANG!!.......That same thing happened to me as a kid,only thank god it was only a lamp that got shot....very valuable lesson learned.
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    Darwins rule #237: As many people are shot with unloaded guns as fingers are cut off by unplugged table saws.
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    Nobody taught him the rules!
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    At least it all ended about as good as it could. A .45 in the hands of a trained individual or a kid in school. Both can lead to tragedy.
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    This would've never happened in an anti-gun state like HI, for sure.

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    Shame, shame on the gun owner (parent?).

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    Quote Originally Posted by joker1 View Post
    Gun Fired at Hawaii Middle School, 1 Injured - FoxNews.com

    Kid took a .45 caliber GLOCK to school, removed the magazine (the article says the boy unloaded the magazine) then pointed the gun at another student and pulled the trigger. Guess what. It went bang!


    Look out for new rules regarding the ability of a gun to fire without a magazine in it.
    Legislators in OR introduced a bill this year requiring all handguns to have a magazine disconnect. No grandfather clause. All handguns without would be verboten. It died in committee, but the fact that there are those who would introduce it doesn't bode well.

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    "The gun was registered in the name of someone who has a different last name from the 14-year-old, Hite said. It was unclear how he obtained the gun." I suspect this story will not end there.
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    Did I miss something, guns are not allowed in schools, right? The laws should of stopped this from happening. Thats what laws do, stop people from doing things. The antis will have fun with this. New laws to follow, news at 11........
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    How could that ever happen here, with their strict gun regulations and registration program?
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