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    wow! just wow! i have nothing to add.
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    Who teaches shooting with a 44 mag. He blows it off so he doesnt loose his cool status factor and job. His front teeth missing will serve as a reminder of the lesson.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Troublesx10 View Post
    Who teaches shooting with a 44 mag. He blows it off so he doesnt loose his cool status factor and job. His front teeth missing will serve as a reminder of the lesson.
    I think it's worse to blow it off than acknowledge it. If something like this happens to an instructor, they should suck it up and use it as an example as to how ez it is for ANYONE to have a negligent discharge...Explain about getting complacent after you get comfortable with firearms, and how it can lead to carelessness. He should have embarrassingly used that moment as one heck of a learning lesson. Everyone of those students will be face booking about that moment, and will probably never take another instructional class again. I'm sure the Instructor had to make a split second decision on how to handle it, and may indeed regret he handled like he did later. But gees man...I don't like bashing anyone, but it's hard to spin a positive side to this vid.
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    Agree^^^^
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    I concur with the comment posted below now that is f***ing hilarious!

    "Keep your nose picker off the the little curved thingamajig in the round part until you plan to go boom..."
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    Don't see a video. Do you have to log in to see it?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Big Muddy View Post
    Don't see a video. Do you have to log in to see it?

    try this link



    Gun Instructor Brushes Off Accidental Discharge of .44 Mag
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    So many bad moves. The dude is lucky that a (probably) busted lip and searing embarrassment is all he has to live with.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Canyon Man View Post
    I think it's worse to blow it off than acknowledge it. If something like this happens to an instructor, they should suck it up and use it as an example as to how ez it is for ANYONE to have a negligent discharge...Explain about getting complacent after you get comfortable with firearms, and how it can lead to carelessness. He should have embarrassingly used that moment as one heck of a learning lesson. Everyone of those students will be face booking about that moment, and will probably never take another instructional class again. I'm sure the Instructor had to make a split second decision on how to handle it, and may indeed regret he handled like he did later. But gees man...I don't like bashing anyone, but it's hard to spin a positive side to this vid.
    exactly why i leave the hole in my ceiling. i repaired the roof but left the hole in the ceiling as a reminder of how stupid i was. lol
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