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Yet another responsible gun owner discharges his responsibility.

The Spindale (North Carolina–ed.) Police Department is continuing its investigation but say all evidence is leading investigators to believe the incident was an accidental discharge of a firearm by a family friend that resulted in the sustained injury to the child.

“He pulled the magazine or the bullets out of the gun but didn’t realize there was still one in the gun. He pulled the trigger at that point and accidentally shot the child,” Spindale Police Chief Eric Shelton said.

Aside:

If you are incapable of knowing whether your gun is loaded, you shouldn’t be playing with guns.

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Yet another gun that fired itself . . . .

According to deputies, two men and a woman were in a residence when someone retrieved a gun. While the three were taking a look at the gun, deputies said the weapon went off, striking the woman.

Also, pigs, wings.

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Protect your family, politely.

One more time, “responsible gun owner” is an oxymoron.

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A responsible gun owner (sic) gets pantsed by his own politeness.

(New Hampshire–ed.) State police say a man suffered non-life-threatening injuries to a lower extremity when an unholstered gun tucked into the rear waistband of his pants accidentally fired early Sunday.

One cannot help wondering just precisely to which item of anatomy the euphemism, “lower extremity,” refers.

Musical NotesGuns and stupid, guns and stupid.
They go together like love and Cupid.
Let me tell you brother,
You can’t have one without the other.

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Get a load of all the politeness.

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Well, this case of politeness sure takes the (cheese)cake.

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Yet another responsible gun owner (sic) ensures that a child is exposed to politeness at a young age.

A 4-year-old boy accidentally shot and killed himself in south suburban Thornton. . . .

Police in Thornton said the boy was in the basement of his home by himself when he found the gun and fired it.

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Politeness goes viral.

Police say Guillermo Alvarez, 56, was about to enter the station’s store when a man pulled up in his car to chide Alvarez about coughing without covering his mouth.

The two men got into an argument, with the driver, William Sauro, 53, briefly getting out of his car. When Sauro went to drive away, he hit Alvarez with the vehicle, police say. Alvarez then allegedly pulled out a handgun and fired at least four shots at the car. One went through the windshield.

Another customer captured the end of the altercation on video, which shows a man advancing, gun drawn, toward the reversing car.

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A case of unfamiliar politeness.

Just another day in NRA Paradise.

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A polite society is a clean society.

After conducting an investigation, police allege that the man was cleaning a handgun at a residence in Storm Lake when the weapon accidentally discharged, striking him in the hand.

Aside:

I always unloaded guns before disassembling and cleaning them. I guess I’m old school.

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Yet another responsible gun owner discharges his responsibility.

It was an accidental discharge, according to (Sedgwick County, Kansas Police Chief–ed.) Ramsay. The man shot himself in the leg while removing gun from his pocket.

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Ensure that your children have the opportunity to be polite to each other.

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Maintain your social distance, politely.

Fearful of catching the coronavirus, a 75-year-old man pointed a handgun at two women wearing (medical–ed.) face masks and gloves during an encounter at a post office in Georgia, police charge.

(snip)

The women, who were not hurt during the incident, told police that they were “wearing medical masks and gloves when they entered the post office” in Alpharetta, a city 25 miles north of Atlanta. Upon walking into the post office, they were immediately met by the gun-toting Taratoot, police say.

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Another great moment in politeness.

The woman had advised (the sheriff’s office–ed.) that someone may have been heard outside their home and went outside to check armed with rifles.

According to the caller, after inspecting the property they were headed back to the house when she stumbled and accidentally shot her brother in the shoulder.

Musical NotesGuns and stupid, guns and stupid.
They go together like love and Cupid.
Let me tell you brother,
You can’t have one without the other.

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Politeness goes viral.

A man told detectives he was arming himself for protection amidst the COVID-19 scare when he accidentally shot his 13-year-old cousin, killing him, Thursday afternoon in an East Central neighborhood, according to the Albuquerque Police Department.

The story goes on to report that he didn’t think the shotgun was loaded.

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Another responsible gun owner discharges his–er–responsibility.

Officers learned Robert Villarreal, 23, of 3230 Midvale Drive, was setting down the 9mm handgun when it discharged. The bullet struck him in the leg above the knee and then struck his 27-year-old girlfriend in the upper thigh, said Lt. Charles Aagaard of Janesville police investigations bureau.

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Apocryphal politeness:

A man who shot and killed an 11-year-old boy in Horseshoe Bend Sunday night was yelling about the end of the world and (sic) before opening fire, witnesses say.

Thus passeth another day in NRA Paradise.

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Responsible gun owners invariably demonstrate their politeness for the benefit of their neighbors.

On Sunday, March 15, around 7:00 PM, Lawrenceburg Police Department responded to the Tuscany Bay Apartments on the 500 block of River Dr. for a call regarding gun shots.

The caller reported that she believed someone had fired a gun when a bullet came through the wall of her apartment. At the time of the incident, the caller’s boyfriend and her 4-year-old child were inside the apartment.

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Tales of the Trumpling: Snapshots of Trickle-Down Trumpery 0

A highway Trumpling.

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What better place for a responsible gun owner to demonstrate his responsible gun ownership than at his local responsible gun show?

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