GUN Dumb ass has ND with rental shoots range owner

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  1. TL1000RSquid

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    San Rafael Man Accidentally Shoots Gun Range Owner

    POSTED: 11:25 am PST December 11, 2007
    UPDATED: 12:53 pm PST December 11, 2007

    SAN RAFAEL, Calif. -- A man who was taking his 12-year-old son on his first trip to a shooting range accidentally shot and wounded the owner of the range.

    The incident occurred Monday evening at the Bullseye Precision Indoor Shooting Range in San Rafael, according to police.

    Police say Joseph Moore, 49, accidentally fired a .22-caliber rental gun, hitting range owner Bill Byrd in the stomach.

    Byrd was taken to Marin General Hospital and was listed in stable condition.

    Police say Moore is not suspected of wrongdoing.
     
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    HE SHOT A GUY!!! Intentional or not, how is there no wrong-doing?
     
  4. Sardaukar

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    :mamoru:

    I was thinking more along the lines of being strict. This is what could happen when there's a safety lapse.

    The guy can't handle a .22lr. He'll never make the ATF.
     
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    Not a good example for his kid. :o
     
  6. Clusive

    Clusive Happiness is a belt-fed weapon.

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    I've been to that range.
     

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