This is a discussion on Houston man shoots himself in the head within the In the News: The Good, the Bad and the Ugly forums, part of the The Back Porch category; Show and tell only happens at the range or when cleaning. Otherwise its ALWAYS LOADED, even when it's not....
Show and tell only happens at the range or when cleaning. Otherwise its ALWAYS LOADED, even when it's not.
When seconds count, help is only 18+ minutes away!
Read our government's plan to destroy the Constitution.
ct ion I recommended has nothing to do with gun ownership. It has only to do with justice when personal negligence with a gun contributes to the death of another person. There is no need for any new laws to indict a person for negligence leading to the death of another person whether that negligence is but vehicle, gun, or other means. I did not call for new laws. I called for enforcement if laws that currently exist.
Equating my comments with hostility toward 2 nears the absurd. Suggesting that prosecuting negligence in a wrongful death incident imperils 2A is unfounded and makes 2A advocates seem paranoid, which is just what the anti 2A folks call us.
That's a heavy price to pay for stupid, sorry for his family, but doubt that they are surprised.
So who is this Will that everybody fires at, what did he do, and how come he's not dead yet??
Every firearm is loaded until I visually and physically confirm whether it is or not myself every time. Even if I'm "100% sure". It takes only a fraction of a second.
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Much info not yet released, one suspects.
I won't say anything insulting to the deceased, but maybe folks can learn a few important things here. Some basic safety rules were apparently not considered. Yes, always consider a piece loaded, never point it at anything not needing to be a target, not touching that trigger, and let's double check the piece for ammo before handing in any fashion.
Armed And Harmless
Never give in--never, never, never, never, in nothing great or small, large or petty, never give in except to convictions of honour and good sense. Never yield to force; never yield to the apparently overwhelming might of the enemy.
- - Sir Winston Churchill, 1941