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Some people just shouldn't own guns...

Discussion in 'The Lighter Side' started by Cris, Nov 7, 2005.

  1. From news of the weird:
    Clumsy People With Guns (All-New)
    The following people accidentally shot themselves recently: a Fond du Lac, Wis., man, in the abdomen, while using a screwdriver to dislodge a round from his pistol (August); a Nacogdoches, Texas, woman, in the foot while trying to kill a snake on her property (September) (and the same woman, again trying to kill a snake, shot herself in the other foot the next day); a Tennessee Highway Patrolman, in the leg as he holstered his pistol while chasing a fleeing suspect near Maryville (August); a teenage boy, in the leg while fleeing after robbing a food store in New Caney, Texas (August); a 33-year-old Milwaukee man, in the leg while fleeing after robbing a man on the street (October). And Danny Walden, Taylorsville, Ky., was shot by the rifle he had set up in his home as a booby trap to protect his 115 marijuana plants (October). [Fond du Lac Reporter, 8-24-05] [Daily Sentinel (Nacogdoches), 9-18-05] [The Tennessean, 8-10-05] [WTRK-TV (Houston), 8-3-05] [Milwaukee Journal Sentinel, 10-24-05] [Herald-Leader (Lexington, Ky.), 10-5-05]

    Cris
     
  2. Walter45Auto

    Walter45Auto

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    Once was not enough?? She didn't learn to keep the gun pointed away from her foot the first time??


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