NBC does another report on Remington
I do feel sorry for the guy in the preview video, but at the same time it also brings back memories of the numerous times m my dad and every gun safety instruction/briefing I've ever had told me not to lean my loaded gun against anything. I guess this is why. I know that guns are not supposed to go off energy absent of a trigger pull, but it is a mechanical object subject to wear and tear, and that's why we are instructed not to do that. Am I just cold hearted fo thinking this way, I don't know?
Treat all guns as if they are loaded.
Never let your muzzle cover anything, that you are not willing to destroy.
Are we SURE the safety was on?
During this brief intervew - "The safety was on", is stated twice by the man who shot himself and twice by the biased talking head doing the interview. One guy claims "the next thing he remembers is being on his back" and the other non-shooter wasn't even there. How are they so sure?
"The lady doth protest too much, methinks." Shakespeare's Hamlet, Act III, scene II
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On history channel, they had original building on show. Talking about it is haunted, and all the accidents that happened in the plant. :-)
Last edited by Terry; 04-12-2012 at 02:34 AM.
I remeber the first "news" show that was done about the 700. I found a remington response video to it.. http://www.remington700.tv/