This is a discussion on Don't clean your firearm while drunk.... within the Off Topic & Humor Discussion forums, part of the The Back Porch category; Could be a very expensive lesson...losing one's dominant hand is not good. Your friend will be going through lots of medical treatment...sorry to hear that....
Could be a very expensive lesson...losing one's dominant hand is not good. Your friend will be going through lots of medical treatment...sorry to hear that.
Proverbs 27:12 says: “The prudent see danger and take refuge, but the simple keep going and suffer for it.”
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And I thought Southern Comfort was the best bore cleaner....for me not my guns!
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Ouch! Not a good day at all. Sorry to hear and I hope he can recover ok.
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I hate to hear someone getting accidentally shot and hope he recovers quickly.
That is what we call a "self-correcting error".
Seriously. What a nimrod. Sounds like this idiot is not long for this world.
Glocks are good and Glocks are great, but still - all the rules notwithstanding - having to pull the trigger to release the slide still makes me uncomfortable, no matter how many times I clear the gun and check it. To me, that's a serious design flaw that "Browning perfection" didn't ignore.
(Heading to the bunker to dodge the incoming flames...)
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Another ND through the hand. Somebody really needs to do a scientific study to find out why this is so commonplace, then design a fix. NDing the hand seems to be a very popular issue.
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