Rex B wrote:KC5AV wrote:I'm glad it's just my wife, me, and three cats. My wife knows all of the guns are always loaded. The cats don't have opposable thumbs, so I don't worry about them too much.
What he said, exactly
What does he say? 'Wow! I was about to point it at my head and pull the trigger as a joke!'
No joke. My brother in law was a few seconds away from blowing his head off in front of my wife and his wife.
Just a quick reminder there's some real MORONS hanging around! Definitely some lessons learned on my end about keeping a better watch on my firearm and not making assumptions about common sense gun safety.
bikerbill wrote:That's an amazingly scary story ... Because we shoot, we take the rules of safety seriously. For non-shooters, it's apparently hard to believe that somebody would have a loaded gun around ... wow ... wife and I are alone here with a dog and cat; thank the stars animals don't have opposible thumbs ...
CNN News blog wrote:"The dog got excited, was jumping around inside the boat and then it jumped on the gun. It went off, shooting the (man) in the buttocks," Box Elder County Sheriff’s Chief Deputy Kevin Potter told the Salt Lake City Tribune. The man was apparently setting up decoys when the gun went off, said Potter.
Sonia Whitford, 47, told investigators she and her husband were drinking when her husband started playing with his shotgun. She said he told her the gun wasn’t loaded and handed it to her. She said she then pointed the shotgun at her husband’s head and pulled the trigger, police said.
rl168 wrote:Thought about this thread when I read the new below...
http://www.khou.com/news/local/Police-q ... 74541.html
Basically husband playing with shotgun, gave it to wife said it is unloaded. Wife points shotgun at husband and pulled the trigger...
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