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    #2
    Not good, but I'm sure some of you guys have seen this shit in person

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      #3
      Would be funny if it wasn't so damn dangerous.
      A sunny day
      A shotgun and a Chevrolet
      Wouldn't you like that?

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        #4
        get your damn finger off the trigger during a reload man. that was like half of those ND's. also, who the fuck let the guys start when there was someone doing targets down range.

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          #5
          Depending on the rules being used, a couple of them might not have been DQs.
          Prone rifle guy... he wasn't reloading, he wasn't moving, the bullet didn't seem to hit within x amount of feet from his feet and unlikely went over the berm. "AD's" are not automatic DQ's. Again it depends on what rules are being used.

          The tube/barrel puzzles me as well, still not sure what happened there. It's an AD but so what. The RO seems like he might be pointing at the ground, but I don't see how he could have shot the ground. (of corse just because they got stopped, doesn't mean it was right or a DQ)


          And of course the one was intentional, the handling ammo in the safe area, hence the applause,
          Last edited by cas; 04-15-2018, 08:14 PM.
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            #6
            Some of them could have turned out really bad . That guy @ 3:50 was lucky. Was he setting up targets?
            Last edited by Mayhm13; 04-15-2018, 10:46 PM.

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              #7
              Originally posted by cas View Post
              Depending on the rules being used, a couple of them might not have been DQs.
              Prone rifle guy... he wasn't reloading, he wasn't moving, the bullet didn't seem to hit within x amount of feet from his feet and unlikely went over the berm. "AD's" are not automatic DQ's. Again it depends on what rules are being used.

              The tube/barrel puzzles me as well, still not sure what happened there. It's an AD but so what. The RO seems like he might be pointing at the ground, but I don't see how he could have shot the ground. (of corse just because they got stopped, doesn't mean it was right or a DQ)


              And of course the one was intentional, the handling ammo in the safe area, hence the applause,
              I believe he shot the stand that tube was on.

              Also, from 3 gun nation rules,
              6.6.4.1 A negligent discharge that occurs while loading, reloading, unloading, while transitioning a long gun off or back to the shoulder, during malfunction and remedial action, clearing a firearm, transferring a firearm between hands, or during movement (except while shooting at legitimate targets) will result in a match DQ.

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                #8
                Wow. so many defective guns that "just went off"
                Tag line thanks to @Synner

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                  #9
                  Originally posted by Aquabach View Post
                  Wow. so many defective guns that "just went off"
                  That's because guns have a mind of their own. They are a living, breathing, entity. That's what the liberals and anti-gun folks say.

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