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Warning shots are wasteful anyway

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Safety first!

Damn guns are at it again

“When the shooting stopped, two young men lay dead inside the South Shore restaurant Thursday afternoon, another was dead outside and a fourth was found dead around the corner, slumped against a tree.

Paramedics draped a sheet over the man outside the Nadia Fish and Chicken restaurant at 75th Street and Coles Avenue as his mother grieved.

“It is not OK. It is not OK when we lose a child like this,” she said as officers guided her and others away from the body. “There’s two dead — there’s two other boys in there.”

Still wearing a red apron from her job at the restaurant, the mother pounded her fists on the hood of a blue-and-white police SUV parked across Coles from her son’s body.”

http://www.chicagotribune.com/news/local/breaking/ct-chicago-violence-shootings-20170330-story.html

A true tragedy for a Chicago mother

But, the truth is that they will blame it on guns

 

Enough of the damn squirrels

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Flip barrel flintlock

He’s a purty boy

Neighborhood evacuated after 75 rounds of ammunition found

“SAN ANTONIO – The San Antonio Police Department’s Bomb Squad was called to a Southwest Side neighborhood Saturday after dozens of rounds of ammunition were found underneath a home.

The ammunition was discovered on the 7900 block of Dempsey Drive, near Old Pearsall Road and Southwest Military Drive, around 2:45 p.m. Saturday.

Capt. Troy Balcar of the San Antonio Fire Department said a family member found a sealed box with about 75 rounds of decades-old ammunition underneath the house. He said the rounds were about 40 years old, based on a date written on the box. Half a dozen nearby homes were evacuated for about three hours.

“This is definitely a big danger, because they’ve been under there so long,” Balcar said. “They’ve rusted, they’ve been exposed to the weather, elements outside so we definitely want to get them disposed of as quickly as possible.”

Family members said a veteran who served for more than 30 years lived at the house until he passed away recently.

This is the second time old ammunition has been found at the home. Just last week, the bomb squad spent about half an hour disposing of shotgun shells found there.”

http://foxsanantonio.com/news/local/nearby-homes-evacuated-after-75-rounds-of-ammunition-found-underneath-house

I have tons of surplus ammo that have corrosive primers that was purchased over the last 10 yrs.

Think about how long ago it was produced

Someone is making much ado about nothing

Bullet bounces off of woman’s head

“Rather than suffering a fatal gunshot wound, a Redmond woman’s evening of TV watching Monday was merely interrupted when a stray bullet bounced off her head.

After going through at least one exterior wall of her neighbor’s home and then a fence, the 9 mm bullet entered the woman’s home, went through a picture frame and — in the words of the Redmond Police Department — “bounced” off her head at about 9:45 p.m.

A bullet normally travels hundreds of feet per second, but this one had slowed significantly when it turned the survivor of the freak accident into the luckiest woman in Deschutes County.

According to Redmond police Lt. Curtis Chambers, the woman’s injuries were superficial.

“She had a knot on her head. You could feel it, but it didn’t bleed or puncture anything,” Chambers said. “It was like having a small rock thrown at you.”

The bullet came from the victim’s neighbor, who fired the round from inside his home at 2486 SW Wickiup Ave., Chambers said. When officers arrived, they followed the bullet’s trajectory to an exit hole in the neighbor’s house.

Ryan Pine, 24, was charged with unlawful use of a weapon, two counts of reckless endangerment and second-degree criminal mischief.

Pine also had an outstanding warrant, and drugs and alcohol appear to be involved in the incident.

Chambers said it was determined Pine was not shooting at anyone, or attempting to scare anyone.

“What he was doing is not exactly clear,” Chambers said.

While the victim certainly caught a break, the luck didn’t stop with the bullet’s forgiving encounter with her head. Whether it was an act of God or the simple desire for change, a rearranging of living room furniture likely saved her life. According to Chambers, the victim told officers that she had changed the living room’s layout the week before, moving the couch away from the spot where the bullet entered her home.

“Had her furniture been arranged in the previous position, it’s possible it could have struck her immediately and caused more of an injury,” Chambers said.”

http://www.bendbulletin.com/localstate/5092384-151/stray-bullet-bounces-off-redmond-womans-head

I have actually seen it happen

We were shooting at a dead oak tree from 10 Yds. with a .38 special

The tree was still standing and as hard as a rock

My wife hit it dead center and the bullet came straight back at her and hit her in the forehead

Talk about a shocked look

She didn’t move a muscle except to slowly take a finger and feel if there was a hole in her forehead

Luckily there was no damage except a bump and a bruise

I was lucky that I didn’t catch one too

Once I realized that she was okay I couldn’t stop laughing like a hyena