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:unsure::wacko::blink:

 

GG ~ :FlagAm:

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The rules are different in South Africa! :wacko:

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Same rules. 

"All long guns MUST BE stored in the upright position" :P

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Is it just me but as long as there's nothing chambered what's the big deal???:o

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The slide is not back, so how do you know? "Treat every firearm as if it is loaded".  The way I was taught.

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One slip and NO amount of Preparation H will be enough!!!

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38 minutes ago, Rye Miles #13621 said:

Is it just me but as long as there's nothing chambered what's the big deal???:o

1.   That shotgun is his life line when the SHTF.  Treat it as such.

2.  Basic comfort.

3.  The Mother of All Wedgies.

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51 minutes ago, Rye Miles #13621 said:

Is it just me but as long as there's nothing chambered what's the big deal???:o

Rule #1. Treat All firearms as if they are loaded.

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1 hour ago, Rye Miles #13621 said:

Is it just me but as long as there's nothing chambered what's the big deal???:o

Umm, which club do you shoot with?

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Perhaps Rye can tell because it appears that the extractor is flush with the side of the bolt? At least that is how it looks to me when I blow up the picture.

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That would make a quick job of prostate surgery.

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16 minutes ago, Noz said:

That would make a quick job of prostate surgery.

Prostate?  We don’t need no steenking prostate. 

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Well it ought to clear da Pipes ......

 

Jabez Cowboy

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Look I'm not saying I would do it, but if it's not chambered it ain't gonna go off!! You also have to pull the trigger!!

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1 hour ago, Rye Miles #13621 said:

Look I'm not saying I would do it, but if it's not chambered it ain't gonna go off!! You also have to pull the trigger!!

 

I figure anyone careless enough to  position themselves on a firearm like this would also be

careless enough to have a chambered round.

 

Then again, maybe his SG is gas operated..... :o

 

..........Widder

 

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Fat Blaster?

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23 hours ago, Springfield Slim SASS #24733 said:

The slide is not back, so how do you know? "Treat every firearm as if it is loaded".  The way I was taught.

I assume he did! (Hopefully)

 

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This guy reminds me of when I was in Peace Corps in Guatemala in the 70s.  The Army had soldiers stationed as bank guards.  I saw lots of unique firearm handling.  One soldier had his index finger in the muzzle of the vertical shotgun and was tapping the butt on the floor.  We learned not to make any assumptions about stuff.  Like how well maintained was the sear.  Was it loaded?  Was it chambered?  Or did he even have any ammo.  We saw a pair of guards once, one guy was wearing the empty holster and the other guy had the pistol in his belt.  Etc.  Etc.

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The mayor's kid.

 

They had to hire him.

:D

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17 hours ago, Rye Miles #13621 said:

I assume he did! (Hopefully)

 

 

 Assuming is how accidents happen.

 

GG ~ :FlagAm:

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7 hours ago, Gunner Gatlin, SASS # 10274 said:

 

 Assuming is how accidents happen.

 

GG ~ :FlagAm:

Assuming he KNEW it was unloaded there would have been NO accident!:blink:

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I've seen short-stroked pistols and rifles.

 

Never saw a butt-stroked shotgun before.

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12 hours ago, Rye Miles #13621 said:

Assuming he KNEW it was unloaded there would have been NO accident!:blink:

 

No thanks - I don't subscribe to "assume" - I will"treat" every weapon as if it is loaded - Plus this idiot's act is not good representation/presentation of proper and responsible gun handling. 

 

Says it all:

 

 

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True I agree it's not a good representation of safe gun handling..... I do agree! I'm guess I'm giving him the benefit of the doubt!!

 

All I'm saying the gun will NOT go off if it's not chambered and the trigger is not pulled.

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Looks to me like a case of gun violence.  This shotgun is clearly robbing the police officer.  It's aimed where it is in part because the shotgun's legs are short, but also because cops don't wear kevlar on their bottoms. 

 

Wait ... do they? 

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5 hours ago, Rye Miles #13621 said:

True I agree it's not a good representation of safe gun handling..... I do agree! I'm guess I'm giving him the benefit of the doubt!!

 

All I'm saying the gun will NOT go off if it's not chambered and the trigger is not pulled.

 

That I can agree with. ;)

 

GG ~ :FlagAm:

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Saddest part is it's got a 30 inch barrel.

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the rule for storing weapons is don't point weapon at any one while in the process of placing in cart i went thru this horizonal wagon storage years a got hey are supposed to be unloded and checkedbeforev leaving the unloading table  

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