That is so cop–and SOOO fire marshall Bill!
There is NO SUCH THING AS AN EMPTY GUN. The closest thing you’ll ever find is a gun disassembled to the point it cannot function. This is the first thing you’ll hear in the military before you’re handed a firearm. At least that’s the way it used to be.
Apparently proper firearm training isn’t a part of all firearm equipped professions.
This one happened in my hometown:
This one was with a Glock .45. The one in the video was a Glock .40.
Here’s a word from Glock on their “Safe Action” (aka no manual safety):
The “Safe Action” system is a partly tensioned firing pin lock, which is moved further back by the trigger bar when the trigger is pulled.
When the trigger is pulled, 3 safety features are automatically deactivated one after another.
Hmm… maybe the “Safe Action” isn’t so safe.
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Thank you very much, thank you very much.
Hoping to inject some energy into my lectures, and ever since I saw this online years back, I have taken to shooting myself in the leg just about mid-semester.
It’s quite something how after the shooting not only does he not seek medical attention, not only does he just stand there and keep talking, he then asks for another and bigger gun and when the crowd rightly gets damn nervous has the pigheadedness to say, “Heeeey, hold on, this is empty, this is an empty weapon, guys..” Talk about not getting it!
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