Playing with loaded guns.
By - ID100T
This stupid bastard.
I'm proud of myself I could guess who was going to shoot someone and who it was going to be.
Me too. Saw this from a mile away.
The victim has a gun pointed in his general vicinity for a large portion of this video.
Also, the shooter's response is to immediately stand there and look useless.
No medical attention, no realization as to what’s just happened.
Just the general idiot response.
? He seems to bend over and touch his arm demonstrating awareness. Likely asked ‘are you okay bro?’ Showing off his medical knowledge.
Just the general idiot response.
"it just went off in my hands bro"
Guarantee that's the first thing he said
What his response indicated to me, was that if he wasn’t in a store full of witnesses. He probably would have walked away from his friend like a kid who broke his mom’s favorite vase
My first thought was... "Wanker" As a gun owner, I hate it when other gun owners do this kind of shit. Always acting like they know so much more. It's a rule for a reason, and they put others at risk because they attended the eight hour CCW class instead of the 4.
[how do you feel about a trained DEA agent who shoots himself in the foot while teaching gun safety to a classroom full of children?](https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QNa5n2I_DUw)
That’s pretty funny.
‘I’m the only one professional enough in the room to carry this gun’
*proceeds to instantly shoot himself in the foot*
The guy later sued after the video (made by a parent) made it into the public. Fortunately, he lost.
Remember kids: "Safety Third"
Didn't he sue the agency he worked for because coworkers kept making fun of him?
Thinks he can wield courts of law as a personal weapon to protect his feelings. Sounds like someone who'd shoot himself on the foot.
WTF do you expect? Your a trained DEA agent and you shoot yourself right after hyping up how trained you are.
Christ, thought your comment was at least a little sarcastic. Like he said that and then a few minutes later something happened....
Nope, barely finished the sentence...
And then he says to bring in the other gun. On the plus side, he took a bullet like a boss. Makes you wonder if this has happened before?
Not that impressive. The bullet just passed clean through the previous wounds.
This guys overconfident statement is telling that he’s less qualified than he thinks he is. I mean he sounds like he’s bragging to a room full of children. weird flex.
Do you think he is giving presentations to children because he is great at his job? 😆
I feel like this is the job you get when you royally fuck up
Imagine royally fucking up but still getting to wield a murder dildo, at least he dildo'd himself.
I agree. But kinda counterintuitive, hey let's put this dipshit in a room w kids and a loaded gun, so he can shoe them how to use it(when he's proven he doesn't know how to use it) but I guess that's America for ya
Ironically, "weird flex" is what his foot does when he tries to wiggle his toes, these days.
In the longer version he then goes into a speech about how easy that can happen to them if they play with guns. Not the most responsible guy, but his hearts in the right place.
“Now here’s an example of what NOT to do”
He didn't skip a beat either. Shot in the leg and kept going
"And if that's what can happen to me, a trained professional, imagine what can happen to you kids!"
*proceeds to shoot all the kids by accident*
Shot himself in the foot literally and figuratively.
It’s kinda poetic
How about a FBI agent doing a backflip?
The trigger dingus! FYI, on the glock the safty is the trigger.
Crazy that this happened in [back in 2004](https://www.wave3.com/story/4770933/agent-who-shot-himself-in-the-foot-during-gun-safety-talk-sues-dea-over-video/).
Ah yes- 2004, the days when people thought they could sue the government for becoming a meme
Is this man just casually showing off a loaded handgun in a C L A S S R O O M ?
*What the shit?*
It’s OK! He has a taxpayer-funded costume and badge. It means he’s an Expert.
It looked like he cleared the chamber, looks like he got two bullets out. Unless I am looking wrong he just did not check well enough? Either way, you know he banned from this place for future.
He probably took the chambered round out, closed it, then took the mag out, forgetting that it chambers another round.
Regardless, he shouldn't have had his finger on the trigger. It looks like maybe a glock so perhaps he was trying to field strip it for some reason (iirc you have to depress the trigger at one point during it. Been a while since I've done it to mine).
That is what happened. (Edit: Apparently there's a time cut, so it's not really clear what the hell he's doing) This is also why you never rely on the jack off the slide technique to clear a firearm. Why some people do this is beyond me.
My usual procedure is to remove the magazine, remove the chambered round, lock the slide or BCG (AR-15) back, visually inspect the chamber, look away, visually inspect AGAIN, stick my finger (Edit: might consider alternative for rifles) in there and feel that it's empty.
If for some reason I get a weird feeling, I keep checking. If other people are going to be handling it, they need to do the same thing I just got done doing. After all of this, you keep on treating it like it's loaded.
Also, it does look like he's trying to field strip the store's pistol as well as the pistol he pulls out. And with glock style take downs, you generally have to pull the trigger. IDK why he thought it was okay to pull his out in the first place.
All around he's an idiot and I wouldn't trust him around me.
When he sets the first gun on the counter it's pointing straight at the there guy. Other dude casually pushes it away, ha.
(Other guy was also pointing the gun right at the clerk in the beginning).
Banned? As if that’s the issue
This was in Brazil so he was probably a cop.
4 hours "training" and you get to carry a gun ?
You need a big fat total of zero hours of training where I live. Also, no need for a permit.
50bucks little man put that glock in my hand, if the money doesn't show you owe me owe me oh.
My Jungle Love, ohweeohweeoh.
Don't you never say an unkind word about the Time.
I think you mean "Morris Day and the MUTHAFUCKING TIME!!!"
I AM THE CLIT COMMANDER
I'm a smooooooth pimp who loooooves the pussy
"And tubby here's my black man-servant. What!"
Hey baby. Ever had your asshole licked by a fat man in a trench coat?
My love for you is ticking clock, Berserker
Would you like to suck my cock, Berserker
Would you like to making fuck, Berserker
Did he just say “making fuck”?
I think I wanna know ya
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Hey baby, did you ever have your asshole licked by a fatman in an overcoat?!?
This is how it is where I live:
You need to be an active member in a sport shooting club for 6 months to be allowed to apply for a license for a .22, one year for any caliber above that.
On top of that, for each caliber you want a license for you need to shoot three gold series in precision shooting. (5 shots, 6 minutes, one hand, 25 meters, 46 points for .22, 43 points for bigger calibers.)
With all that sorted you can get a limited 5 year license for a gun of that caliber, after 5 years it needs to be renewed, at which point the police will control with your gun club if you are still active enough to warrant keeping your license. (I think you need to shoot a few gold series in between renewals as well, in short, if you’re not a consistently good enough shooter, you’re not allowed handguns) if you have a criminal record, that could also be a problem.
You are not allowed to use your gun for self defense, you are limited to a set amount of points in your gun ”closet”, meaning you cannot own more than somewhere around 4-6 guns (plus 4-6 rifles if you’re a hunter) unless maybe if you’re competing nationally in a wide variety of classes, warranting a need for a larger number of various guns for different purposes.
I would love to own a colt python someday, but it’s just too much work. I’m not very interested in much more than plinking and the odd target shooting to keep my aim somewhat good, but the culture here is so rigidly focused on competition shooting and shooting at paper just isn’t that exciting for me.
This is in Sweden by the way.
Well in Sweden firearms are a hobby, in America firearms are a culture and way of life. The safety of others is only allowed to infringe on the unalienable right to own firearms in a limited capacity.
[Welcome to Indiana](https://www.in.gov/isp/2829.htm) where you can get a lifetime conceal and carry license free with no training, easy as 1, 2, 3!
Indeed, just 75 to the state, 14 for the background check, and 50 to your county! Oh, and it's reciprocated pretty much anywhere except California, New York, and Illinois.
My bad, effective July 1st 2021 it's fee exempt so looks like you're only out the $14 background check.
> they put others at risk because they attended the eight hour CCW class instead of the 4
Maybe it's a pre-coffee misunderstanding, but don't you mean they attended the four hour session instead of the eight?
I interpreted as some people think themselves experts because they attended an 8 hour class instead of the mandatory 4
Not stupid - it’s a good idea to test the penetration power before buying. The easiest way to do this is to invite a friend when you go gun shopping who you don’t much care for. ‘Accidentally’ discharge into a meaty part of the body -typically the thigh muscle works well and examine the results.
They should’ve never unholstered their gun. That’s a big no-no in gun stores.
This. So many stores have signs about keeping your gun holstered at all times
2 reasons to unholster your personal loaded weapon in a gun store.
You are robbing a gun store.
You are returning fire because someone is robbing a gun store.
Exactly, if you are at the gun store to show someone your personal carry gun for a mechanical issue or whatever, then you unload it and case it in the car before you come in
And pretty much any good gun store will take that case and verify it's unloaded.
Absolutely. That's literally rule 1 anytime somebody hands you a gun unless you're in a fucking gun fight.
I was with my dad when he brought a gun to the gun store to have the gunsmith look at it.
Gunsmith takes it out of the case, then manages to point it at my dad, me, a few other random customers, and his own hand before he gets the bright idea to pull the slide back and check if it's loaded.
There is a gun shop on YT I watch occasionally and they have a large jar (looks about 5l capacity) where they collect the bullets from "unloaded guns", and that thing was over 50% full last time I saw it referenced.
Yup, and keep it in the case until you show the person working there. I go as far as keeping the chamber lock on it until giving it to them
Slide open, in the case
Noob Question: Why does anyone have a personal loaded weapon inside a gun store?
That's like going to get milk and bringing your dairy cow with you.
Because enough people that buy a lot of guns generally like to have a personal defense weapon at all times. Gun stores know their customers and are generally willing to accept this. Legal gun owners with a pistol on their hip are not of great concern to me personally.
>Legal gun owners with a pistol on their hip are not of great concern to me personally.
Well, I'd be concerned about the particular gun owner in this video for sure.
True. That wasn’t on his hip though.
The stores I've been in normally don't want you coming in with a gun. If you do, make sure it's unloaded, no magazine, nothing. We have virtually no gun restrictions where I live but gun safety and awareness is basically beat into everybody ~~with a gun.~~ who is around firearms.
So long as they beat it into you with an unloaded gun, that sounds fine.
While pistol-whipping isn't expressly forbidden, it is considered *unsporting*.
The range I used to go to had a no holster policy. You bring your firearms in a bag or briefcase, etc. they don’t allow guns to be “worn” while in the building, and for good reason. Aside from it making people “too comfortable” it was encouraging idiots to practice their quick draw and other stupid holster tricks. Not saying that stuff isn’t impressive, sport shooting amazes me, but a crowded public range home to people of varying experience is not the place to practice your tricks.
Yeah, I've never been at a gun store or range that didn't have signage prohibiting customers from bringing loaded guns in.
You load it when you get to your lane, and clear it before you leave the lane. If it's your carry gun, load it again when you get back to your car.
Then why’d he do it?
Looks like him and his buddy were gun shopping and he pulled out his personal carry to show him something about his gun, the convo was probably going something like this "You see this one has a grip safety like mine here, so unless I'm holding it like this, I can even squeeze the trigger like this and it won't.... OH SHIT!!"
You can see him deliberately hiding the gun blow the counter while he tries to show his buddy. you can see him drop the magazine. Funny thing is I swear I saw him moving to clear the chamber before trying to show whatever he wanted to. I mean, gun pointed at his buddy while doing it, but I thought that is what he did. Guess I was wrong.
Looks like he did cycle the chamber but either didn’t pull it all the way to see or didn’t cycle it hard enough to expel the round (and he was dumb enough to believe he didn’t have his carry gun locked and cocked).
Unless it's in spread out pieces, it's loaded. And sometimes even then.
seriously. people get told "treat it like its always loaded", but its like, treat it like you will immediately and instantly kill anyone the barrel points at, at all times, and that you will also kill your mother standing behind them. i'd venture /u/4Ever2Thee is 99% accurate with what happened.
This is why I advocate for moving "never point a gun at anything you're not willing to destroy" to the top of gun safety rules lists. (#1 is most commonly "all guns are always loaded".)
You can fail at everything else if you want. (Of course, you shouldn't.) Where the gun is pointed is what's ultimately going to determine how much damage is done when you do.
Treat it like an infinite lightsaber always on.
Look close. He drops the mag, puts it on the counter, racks the slide, takes out another round and puts it on the table. The gun should be empty at that point. The video cuts, and then he shoots the guy. Not sure what happened there.
The single bullet disappears, so maybe he was doing something stupid with it trying to show the mechanisms of the gun. Which, if he was, is also a great way to fuck up your extractor
Thanks for pointing out the missing round after the cut. I was REALLY confused because my thought was also, "that handgun should be empty" and I started looking for another one that gets fired.
Ahhh yeah that cut and the bullet he cycled out disappears. I was wondering... cause I saw him cycle it out and was like, okay so how does it go wrong, seems safe... probably put it right back in and messed around with it smh
Cause he’s stupid
Right, I’ve seen that a lot with humans.
Reminds me of the deskpop in the other guys.
THEY WERE SO CONVINCING!!!!
OK, first off: a lion, swimming in the ocean? Lions don't like water. If you placed it near a river or some sort of fresh water source, that make sense. But you find yourself in the ocean, 20 foot wave, I'm assuming off the coast of South Africa, coming up against a full grown 800 pound tuna with his 20 or 30 friends, you lose that battle, you lose that battle 9 times out of 10. And guess what, you've wandered into our school of tuna and we now have a taste of lion. We've talked to ourselves. We've communicated and said 'You know what, lion tastes good, let's go get some more lion'. We've developed a system to establish a beach-head and aggressively hunt you and your family and we will corner your pride, your children, your offspring.
We've constructed a breathing apparatus made of kelp. It might not be a day, weeks, or months, but we will hunt you down.
Hour, hour 45? No problem
That go how you thought it would? Nope.
GATOR NEEDS HIS GAT YOU PUNK ASS BITCH
GATORS BITCHES BETTER BE USIN JIMMIES!
Aim for the bushes 😎
🎶 there goes my herooo 🎶
No one knows why they did it, that shit was crazy.
Did that go the way you thought it would? Nope.
Thank god I'm a peacock and can just fly away
^What ^the ^hell’s ^going ^on ^here? ^Two ^good ^men ^are ^DEAD, ^and ^you ^guys ^are ^fighting ^over ^who’s ^gonna ^be ^the ^next ^hotshot. ^Is ^that ^what’s ^happening?
^That’s ^exactly ^what’s ^happening!
Thanks for the F shack.
Dirty Mike and the boys
I will rock your body with big nasty hooks
You shot Jeter! Should have shot a-rod
They were so convincing.
I just did my first deskpop! That's a real thing, right???
They sent your gun back, looks like they oiled it as well. Looks nice.
It's just "Captain." Just "Captain." It's not "Captain Gene." I don't have a kiddie show. That sounds creepy, "Captain Gene."
My son who is exploring his sexuality at Columbia
Dont go chasing waterfalls
Sir are you quoting TLC?
Come on, you don't say "creep creep" unless you're quoting TLC
“I don’t get the reference.”
I don't even know what that is.
“I’ve got two jobs, I work here and I’ve got another job at Bed Bath and Beyond. All of this to put my son through school so he can explore his bisexuality and become a DJ”
While he becomes a DJ
*At the crime scene, L O L*
Good tweet, good tweet.
It looks like Scarface sneezed on your car!
The montage of "Gator" is one of my favorite things ever.
Aim for the bushes!
That moment is the whole basis of what winning stupid prizes is about.
That one friend who thinks they know everything
If you aren't smart enough to never point a gun at someone you aren't actively trying to shoot, you should not have a permit to carry in public.
Depending where he lives he’ll probably lose it.
Pending where he lives, he doesn't need one. Which kinda sucks bc he doesn't deserve to own a gun
Brazil? He **needs** seven.
Should learn to use it properly before giving him 6 more.
Brazil so nah
Rule number 1 handling guns...
The handler must be 10% smarter than the gun itself
My last desk pop? September.... 08
Its a real thing right
For those wondering why the gun shot even after he removed the magazine and took out the bullet in the chamber.... The video cuts forwards and the single bullet on the counter is gone while the magazine is still there. Seems like he was trying to load the chamber with the single bullet first, then put the magazine back so that his gun's capacity is +1. This is a very dangerous way to +1 your capacity as it looks like he didn't seat the bullet correctly and while struggling to pull back on the slide he unknowingly put his finger inside the trigger guard.
The correct way to do this is first, never take out your CCW in a gun store unless you want to get yourself shot but second he should have loaded his magazine in the gun then pulled back on the slide and released it to load a bullet in the chamber, take out the magazine and top it off, then place the magazine back in the gun, of course doing this all back at the safety of his own home and following the 5 Basic Firearm Safety Rules.
*Edited with videos
This is the most reasonable explanation I've seen in this post so far. I can definitely agree that this is the most likely scenario.
Yeah, the edits and grainy video makes it hard to see but he had to have reloaded the chamber
Between red and grey shirt I counted 4 times a pistol was pointed at a person.
1. Grey shirt points at cashier
2. Red shirt points at grey shirt's hands on the counter
3. Red shirt places the pistol pointed at grey shirt (at least grey shirt rotates it away)
4. Well we know how that one turned out
People are insanely stupid. I shoot at a local range and the absolute worst is when the range runs groupons because a flood of absolutely clueless idiots will come in and they will be shooting firearms two feet away from you.
One time this was happening and there was a complete fucking idiot in a stall next to me. He took a liking to a revolver I have so he just walked right over with a rental gun in hand, flagging everyone. I sternly told him to go back to his stall and point his gun down range. He got all offended and yelled "BUT THE GUN DOESN'T HAVE THE CLIP (magazine) IN IT!" He turned around and in the process flagged me again, so I got a range officer and told him about the situation. The range officer immediately got on the guys ass, but the guy kept screaming "BUT THE GUN DOESN'T HAVE A CLIP! IT CAN'T BE LOADED!" and sure enough the officer checked and there was one in the chamber.
I own a weapon that was involved in a complete stupidity. They were trying to do the “extra bullet trick” as mentioned. Gun went off through one hand his GF foot and through to downstairs apartment sofa. I bought it after all the dumbness happened.
This guy shoots
But not accidentally!
1. Not your friend no more.
2. Why was his finger ever on the trigger?
3. Why wasn’t there a clerk with these idiots?
4. Red shirt dude no longer a permit holder.
Why did the guy brandish his concealed carry weapon in a gun store? Big no no
Edit: okay, I agree with u/mowmdown . He didn’t exactly brandish the gun, but in my defense he was “excited” enough for a negligent discharge, so half of the definition is right. Lol. Meh... thanks u/mowmdown for making me think about it more. (Keeping my original post for learning purposes/discussion)
What a fucking moron.
Like what the hell, this guy shouldn’t own a gun. Or get educated my lord
These people are allowed to own guns!?
I used to frequent a gun store with an indoor firing range and they would make you exit the building remove your holstered weapon and unload it, if you wanted to bring it in to fire it. Pulling a concealed weapon in a gun store is not okay. Never will be. This is why.
1. ALWAYS KEEP YOUR FIREARM POINTED IN A SAFE DIRECTION.
2. TREAT ALL FIREARMS AS IF THEY WERE LOADED.
3. KEEP YOUR TRIGGER FINGER OUTSIDE THE GUARD AND OFF OF THE TRIGGER UNTIL YOU ARE READY TO FIRE.
4. BE CERTAIN OF YOUR TARGET, YOUR LINE OF FIRE, AND WHAT LIES BEYOND YOUR TARGET.
5. ALWAYS WEAR APPROPRIATE EYE AND EAR PROTECTION WHEN SHOOTING AND MAINTAINING YOUR FIREARM.
6. DON’T BE FUCKING STUPID.
That’s asking too much of most people unfortunately
I've always heard #1 as don't point your firearm at anything you don't intend to kill. Feel like it hits a bit harder that way.
I know this and I’m bloody British!
They should have never loaded the gun, what were they thinking?
Looks like guy pulled out his personal carry. I'm guessing the guy is not an employee.
Looks like he's a customer showing his newbie buddy how cool guns are.
He taught him that guns can go Bang.
Best buddy uh.
Thinking? You are asking too much here.
Their thoughts: \_\_\_\_\_\_\_\_\_\_\_\_\_\_\_\_\_\_\_\_\_\_\_\_\_\_\_\_\_\_\_\_\_\_\_\_\_\_\_\_
Thats his pulse..
Looks like a personal carry.
In the gun stores near me they have big signs saying if you draw an outside weapon we will shoot you. They must have seen this video.
they didnt loaded the gun!
the gun that was fired was another gun from the redshirt guy , not the gun from the store
I have and like guns, but I hate almost everyone in a gun store, or range, they think they're bad ass and know everything, make fun of you if you don't want them playing with a loaded gun like this guy, while showing you. If you want to show me, unload the fuckin thing dipshit.
Man I hate show offs when it comes to guns. If you want to show me the gun, you better show me you emptying it, and show me it's unloaded before waving it around or trying to hand it to me. You're not fucking Doc Holiday or something.
I'll do you one better: if you want to show me, unload it and show me, but don't fucking swing that barrel over me. Not once, not ever. I don't care if you just unloaded the mag and chamber and played the empty barrel like a flute. Don't. fucking. point. a. gun. at. me. ever. (Fucking idiot.)
For all the haters saying this or that about the USA or American gun owners...this happened in Brazil.
From Google Translate:
"A man was hit by an accidental shot at a hunting and shooting club in the coastal town of Camboriú. The case took place on January 9, but it reverberated again with the release of the video. The victim is doing well.
The images from the security cameras show the moment when one of the club members, when showing a gun to a friend, causes it to accidentally go off, hitting the victim's abdomen.
In an official note, the club stated that at the member's request, his weapon was delivered properly unloaded, but that he later went to show another weapon, "inadvertently and contracting all the protocols informed".
As a result, according to the note, a bullet jammed in the ammunition chamber. The partner "tried three more times to pull the ammunition out of the chamber, at which point the gun accidentally went off, ricocheting off the club counter twice and shooting his friend in the abdomen." The club claims that it accompanied the victim to the hospital and since then has provided all assistance"
As an American, I would 100% expect this to happen in the US as well.
Almost every gun shop I have been in is so so strict on what you can do with your own gun, I am just saying if I would have unholstered my gun in any of the gun stores in my area I would have been dealt with
Eh, the few stores I have been in would have fucked your shit up for doing something like that in the first place even before the shot. It would have gone something along the lines of holster or gtfo.
Didn't he shoot the table tho?
Through the counter into his friend’s leg/foot, looks like.
They're reporting it ricocheted off the counter and hit him in the stomach.
And this is the kind of asshat that makes responsible gun owners look bad.
Nice of his friend to catch that bullet so it didn’t get lost
If you want to show how the mechanism works there are things called dummy rounds. And take your damn finger off the trigger.
"Firearms are always loaded, even when they're not" is exactly for this reason.
Oh good. I haven't read 5 million comments about trigger discipline yet today