[GRAPHIC CONTENT] Another reason to triple check the chamber...

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      [GRAPHIC CONTENT] Another reason to triple check the chamber...

      Found this on XDtalk...kid didn't check the chamber and shot himself in the palm with a .40 XD. This is the exit wound...please don't scroll down if you have a weak stomach.
























































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      Yeah, saw that the other day....OUCH!!!

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      Wow!

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      Ouch!!!!

      I bet he won't be typing very fast after that. Let alone doing any shooting. He will ahve to learn some off hand tactics if he was right handed.

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      Triple-checked or not, certified unloaded by a notary public, doesn't matter -- you don't point your gun at your palm, or any other part of yourself, or any other person or thing you can't afford to replace.

      Rule 2: "Don't point a gun at anything you don't want to destroy."

      "What about unloaded guns?"
      "That goes double for unloaded guns!"
      "What if you have triple-checked them?"
      "It goes triple for triple-checked guns."

      Almost all firearms accidents happen with "unloaded" guns. Those "unloaded" guns are the ones you have to watch out for!

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