Tell about your most recent accedental discharge
Mine was Saturday.
Driving down to our private range to try out my brothers new xd 45.
He was in the passenger seat dry firing at the floor....click, click, click
He tells me that there is a trigger job available, but he likes the factory trigger. And puts pistol back in his holster.
A few seconds later I ask him to let me see the gun.
He pulls it out and hands it over.
NOTE: I know I am about to get reamed like crazy when I spill my guts about how unsafe, stupid, ignorant, or whatever you may think about me that I was, but this is going here so we can all learn from mine and whoevers else's mistakes. I will tell you that I am an expert class shooter with somewhere between 3,000-5,000 dry fires under my belt, with ~10,000 rounds downrange annually, not just the local jackass playing with a gun.
As usual I press check slightly to assure there is nothing in the chamber take careful aim tward the right ditch out the front windshield of my truck and.........
I say something like, "that trigger isn't so bad"
I rack the slide, take careful aim again, and.....BOOM!
there goes my windsheild at point blank range
After about 10 seconds, my brother looks at me, and says, "There were bullets in the mag"
I say, "I know"
What we learned.
1. Never play with guns while driving down the road
2. Never hand anyone a gun with ammo in it.
3. Rule number one saves lives "Keep muzzle in safe direction always"
4. Either fully loaded and chambered, or bone dry. No more bullets just in magazine "I would have noticed on the initial check"
5. Damn that was scary, but it can happen to anyone.
I hope any of your ADs are as good as mine turned out.