Holy Cow...I can see it now! The anti-gunners will jump on this like stink on you know what....one freakin accident....I've never heard of any others....but boy they'll milk this for all it's worth. :grumpy:
Indeed QK - it is manner from heaven for them but here - yep - they can use the ''he's a nut - and deserved it'' approach!Does that help you all to understand their Left Wing way of thinking?
Obviously, according to Sgt Larry Lyons, of the Monroeville PD....it fired!"It appears as though one customer at a vendor's table was looking at a 9 mm pistol, and it fired," said Sgt. Larry Lyons, of the Monroeville Police Department.
F350, methinks that is a bit of a long stretch. Most likely, just a case of extreme stupidity on the case of somebody who SHOULD know better. We are, in so many cases, our own worst enemy. Trying to blame it on anti-guns folks sounds defensive and desperate. I think instead we have to realize that we, as avid shooters and gunowners, have to recognize that we have more than our own share of morons amongst us, just like any segment of the population.F350 said:Do not discount the antis going to a gun show and placing live rounds in the guns on display.
Betty said:And why do we follow the four rules? :grumpy:
A couple years ago, I was at the local Bob Pope gun show when a man at the entrance proved his gun was "empty" by sending a .357 Sig into the floor. I wasn't standing that far away. Luckily, nobody was injured, and the man was promptly booted out and told to never show his face again. :grumpy:
- good move to avoid theft too - seems at times guns ''disappear'' when table proprietor not looking!!!Most weapons are cabled down