Oh I'm sure you're spot on correct; but it still boggles the mind. There are plenty of stories about gunstore employees who have to confront a customer who wants to draw his holstered weapon to show it to the clerk, so seeing the stupidity from the customer side doesn't surprise me at all. Darwin is alive and well, it seems. But having the stupidity extend to the sales-side of the counter like that, having put a loaded gun on display without having ever checked to see if it was loaded is just appalling.E.Marquez wrote:AMThe Annoyed Man wrote:How did a loaded gun end up in the display counter?
There are so many "How did that happen's" in that video it defies logic.
We all "know" to clear a weapon before bringing it to a shop, dealer, friends house, or handing it off to another person.
Yet it happens all the time that there is a round in the chamber of a "empty" gun...HOW??
There is a video floating around of a gun shop that had a large , like 1 gal sized jar on the counter for collected rounds ejected from already "cleared empty" guns brought into the shop. As I remember it, the large jar was over half filled and it was only mid month...
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- Tue Aug 15, 2017 2:48 pm
- Forum: Never Again!!
- Topic: Why You Should Always Check The Firearm
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