A 21-year-old Michigan man shot himself in the leg while his family was stopped at a local gas station. The man was sitting in the backseat of his father's pick-up truck while his father was pumping gas when he unintentionally shot himself with his father's 40-caliber Glock handgun.That last line is worth repeating.
The father rushed his son to the local hospital were he is listed in good condition. Both father and son have licenses to carry a concealed weapon.
Both father and son have licenses to carry a concealed weapon.Is it so rare? Is it really insignificant when an event like this happens? Or does this dangerous irresponsibility run through the entire gun-owning world?
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