Shotgun Malfunction or Stupidity?

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I'm thinking a little of both. Hope that little piggy comes back home.

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  1. dockrick
    dockrick May 15, 2013

    it's bulllying

  2. Sword100
    Sword100 May 16, 2013

    This is a NRA training film. If firing a weapon always aim center of mass. Notice IDIOT is too scared to help NRA training buddy. Maybe NRA should give first aid class before letting its gun safety honor grad hold a weapon.

  3. twright21
    twright21 May 16, 2013

    safety rule # 1: treat every weapon as a loaded weapon. Safety rule #2 never point at anything you don't intend to shoot. Sfety rule #3 keep your finger straight and off the trigger until you are ready to shoot. ....Safety rule #4 keep the weapon pointed down range at all times. etc.....

  4. Sarpi
    Sarpi May 16, 2013

    I'm guessing from looking at the toys he's a firemen who's already worked his 20 hours for the week... or if he's FDNY the idiot in question is over thirty and is retired. He's no redneck, they no enough not to point guns at friends.

  5. cmikolajczyk
    cmikolajczyk May 18, 2013

    I don't appreciate the Redneck Comment friend. I am a Texas State Certified Fireman, and a Law Enforcement Officer. I am, a redneck too. - - - - The NRA does offer the classes, but you have to be willing to take those classes. There is no telling whether or not this firearm was functioning properly either. I have first hand had a cheap shotgun called an Ultra87 that a friend had me look at. It fired when I closed the chamber and blew the chamber open. I've also had a delayed shot from cheap ammunition as well. I'm really tired of all this anti-gun fighting. Voice your opinions in a way that makes a difference, otherwise it's just considered whining about something you know very little about.

  6. DaleAS
    DaleAS Jul 15, 2013

    These kids have never had any training, completely preventable.

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