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    Default Not long for this world

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    Yep, 'Natural Selection' at work.

    Stupid b*stard...
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    I know I shouldn't but I just ended up LMHO at that.

    Fucking idiot.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Carl B View Post
    I know I shouldn't but I just ended up LMHO at that.

    Fucking idiot.
    I agree, first he misses a water bottle at 10 feet... then he looks down the barrel of a gun?

    1st rule, ALWAYS treat a firearm like its loaded, even if you know its empty
    2nd rule, NEVER point a firearm at anything you are not willing to destroy

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    Quote Originally Posted by flecom View Post
    I agree, first he misses a water bottle at 10 feet... then he looks down the barrel of a gun?

    1st rule, ALWAYS treat a firearm like its loaded, even if you know its empty
    2nd rule, NEVER point a firearm at anything you are not willing to destroy
    Well it seems like he was ok on the second point; I don't reckon there is too much valuable stuff inside that skull.

    Edit: it seems like that wad caused a bit of a smarting sensation when it whipped his face.
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    *sigh*

    What a

    It's true though... Guns don't kill people, people do.

    (Guns might well help them a bit though)
    If in doubt... Give it a clout?

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    If you watch the slomo, it was purely the recoil that saved his life.
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    Lol
    I wonder what was going through this man's head when he decided to look in the barrel right away...

    Now that I think of it.. it must have been nothing, just pure emptyness up there.

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    Quote Originally Posted by masterpj View Post
    Lol
    I wonder what was going through this man's head when he decided to look in the barrel right away...
    Probably not much

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