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Hahahahaha.Once more, any gunloon can claim they are "gun experts."--JadeGold
Once more, Jade comes with no information, just ad hom attacks.Typical.
One: They didn't call themselves experts--the host did. (they didn't deny it, or correct him, either)Two: Based upon observation of their gun handling, I would say both men have some serious "trigger-time" meaning that they are familiar with firearms and firearms safety.Three: My only complaint about how they, as a group, handled the weapon was that they violated rule 2 several times (keep the muzzle pointed in a safe direction). They were trying, but 'the camera man' isn't a safe direction, if you ask me. However, in the particular circumstance where they were demonstrating in a studio, with a gun that had been repeatedly shown to be empty, I can understand their complacency on following that rule in that situation. I don't agree with it, but I understand it.Four: As I see it, the original idiot that shot his friend violated at least three of the Four Rules, which caused his friend's death. Adding in the alcohol factor, he violated a fifth rule of gun safety that generally is unspoken but understood amongst responsible gun owners--drugs (alcohol) and guns don't mix.Five: It takes a violation of at least two rules to cause a gun to shoot and hurt someone. By itself, rule 3 can be broken and not end up with a trip to the ER. Add in a rule two violation, or a rule four violation, someone's likely going to get shot. Add in a rule one violation, it is practically guaranteed.Six: The idiot in question is guilty of manslaughter, at least.
"Once more, any gunloon can claim they are "gun experts."Says the person who thinks you can convert a semi-auto gun to full auto by filing down the firing pin.