Ok, I know you will make idiots of yourselves by saying that my accident with a gun that doesn't fire projectiles (PPK blank gun) or a cocked, but otherwise unloaded, airpistol (Webley Tempest)--big differences there, but you probably shouldn't tell me I know nothing about guns if you can't spot them.
It seems that Representative Leslie Combs (D- Pikeville) was unloading her pistol according to safety procedure when it accidentally fired.
No human intervention or so the story goes.
"I thought it was totally clear," Combs said Wednesday. "I am a gun owner. It happens." Combs added no one was in harms way.
I think there is a big difference between having an accident with a gun that is incapable of firing a projectile and one that does, but I guess that's just me. In fact, the entire idea of using a blank gun for that type of thing is that you CAN screw up and no one will get hurt.
Unlike a gun that ACTUALLY has the ability to fire a projectile.