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|Re: "...as to suggest a firearm that does not have a round inside the mechanism is 'loaded'. - The first rule of gun safety prescribes exactly that, mah Brutha. If one treats all guns as 'loaded' (even if they aren't) this kind of tragedy is avoided. -- TEEBONE||Post Reply||Top of thread||Forum|
Posted by: LateForLunch ® |
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In training with firearms, a gun is loaded until it's not (until the person holding it peers personally into the empty chamber).
For dolts like most in H-Wood, they need to start putting green empty casings into the guns, not leave them empty.
In a legal sense, it's not "loaded" unless there is a live round in the chamber.
PLEASE don't go all "metaphorical" on me, General!
Precision and specificity are sort of my "thing".
Modified by LateForLunch at Tue, Nov 23, 2021, 15:42:00
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