Rules violation

Looks like rules 1, 2, and 3 were violated here. Not that I’m necessarily broken up about what appears to be a top criminal learning what karma is all about, but it’s still demonstration how not following the rules leads to big trouble.

It’s also demonstration about how not to unload a semi-automatic firearm. To properly unload a semi-automatic firearm you:

  1. Point the muzzle in a safe direction (see NRA’s 3 rules for what “safe direction” means)
  2. Drop the magazine
  3. Pull back the slide to eject the chambered round.
  4. Visually (and perhaps tactically tactilely) check the chamber and the magazine well to ensure and verify no rounds are present and the gun is unloaded.

Updated: Looks like rules 1, 2, and 3 weren’t the only thing violated… adding drugs and alcohol to the mix too. TXGunGeek (in my comments), it looks like this falls under your “raving idiot” category. And yes I guess there is a reason to point a gun at your head and pull the trigger… to teach others how to be just as stupid as you.

Updated 2: Fixed my typo there… should be tactilely not tactically. Freudian slip? 😉

4 thoughts on “Rules violation

  1. I Duno, the “acident” could very well been something else. Unless they guy is a raving idiot. There is absolutely no reason to “unload” a gun and point it at your head and pull the trigger. I would more than likely point this as an intentional act that is being labeled/mislabeled as an accident for insurance or other purposes.

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