Discussion in 'On Topic' started by RyeLou, Dec 31, 2008.
It is hard to tell on an iPod, but it looks like his meathook is on the bang switch, sorry if it isn't it is hard to tell on this midget ass screen.
looks like it on a big screen as well.
Hope he got a raise
Great trigger finger discipline
Already gave him shit for that. He assures me it wasn't loaded. I told him he was an idiot anyhow.
meh it's not like it's 10mm, why worry about the trigger finger?
it's ok broham, it's pointed in a safe direction
those things are so effective at taking down planes they mount 4 of them together and add 20mm.
i want a boss that owns a 50cal, but who has a 50cal at work?
Planning on taking down planes from your work
it always amazes me how people's natural tendency is to put that finger on the trigger
Thats a very nice 10/22
Even worse - it's 12.7mm!
I do. every time
People that aren't normally around guns don't know gun safety from a hole in the ground. They more than anyone need to hear and learn the rules concerning safety.
If you don't teach them who will? If you let girls play and mess around with your guns without giving them a lecture or even a quick run down of the four rules of safety, then when will they learn those? Do you expect them to go out on their own and research gun safety? What will happen is you let them play and fondle the triggers in front of you, then they go to a party at another house, see a gun and not know how to check if it is loaded/unloaded, safe/hot, and will point it in every direction but safe then ND into someone.
whole airplane vs whole grid square....it's no contest
If you ask me, it is irresponsible of the gun owner to not at least give a brief safety lesson on guns (i.e. Don't point the barrel at anything you don't intend to destroy, treat it as it is loaded, how to check to see if it is loaded, etc...) That way an accident is FAR less to happen. Could save a life and it could save us the hassle of having to prove that guns are in fact safe to own.
i tell EVERYONE that handles one of my guns the 4 basic rules. not hard to do and let's them know that guns are serious things, and are VERY deadly in anyone's hands, especially if they don't know shit about them
what's the worst that could happen when holding a .50 cal weapon?