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canoewheels

First rule : never take advice from someone in cargo shorts.

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atalkmaar

Yeah, you are disqualified. Step outside, and say "I made a mistake. I am disqualified as a Range Safety Officer/Instructor". This already disqualifies an amateur on the shooting range from participating. An accidental disgrace means you are disqualified by default. But the accidental discharge was in the wrong direction. The gun should have been pointed forward not upwards. This could have caused bodily harm and is especially horrible for a Range Safety Officer or Instructor. This isn't a small mistake. He screwed up and forgot gun safety altogether. Needs to be dismissed that day following the rules.

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arkhtorious

It's not accidental, it's negligent. He clearly places finger on a trigger. And boy those revolvers have light triggers

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xxxsaint81

Americans.. "its not the guns that are the problem..its the inexperienced person behind the gun" Also American gun instructors teaching those people.

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dopamein

*when you lie on your cv about how much experience do you have*

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marczis1

That's like wow. I mean, trigger discipline mistake, have it loaded for a demonstration and cocking it ... Should this guy keep his job?

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frederickpg

I just like how he recovered from that like nothing happened

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apollosol

He turned so red. there’s no hiding that.

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ledog3

This is why i never go to shooting ranges of any kind. Theres always a dumbass that thinks they know how to handle guns (i dont know shit and thats why i dont go either)

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