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    Law maker has ND, is a Democrat

    Democrat law maker has ND in office.

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    "I know from personal experience how easy it is to discharge a firearm accidentally," she said.
    It was no accident. Do that stuff at home.....nitwit.

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    Combs said in a statement Wednesday... that she was following "standard safety procedures when the accident occurred."
    Apparently not, or her "standard safety procedures" need to be updated.
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    I say give her 1000 of the same model gun when she goes to caucus with her democratic buddies.

    Also, who is paying to repair the hole(s) she made?

    I never had a gun just discharge outta thin air.

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    I think it might have been a failed assassination attempt on her part.
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    "state police say that because it was an accident, there was no criminal intent and therefor no criminal charges will be filed."

    So let me get this straight... Based on this logic, if she had killed or injured somebody, it would have been ruled an "accident". What if Joe Citizen has a similar issue, it would be ruled "negligent" or an "accident"?
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    Quote Originally Posted by gutshot View Post
    This is old news and has been throughly discused here. Leslie Combs is a strongly pro gun legislator. She made an embarassing mistake. This issue has died and further discussion of it will do us no good. Ky. Democrats are often more conservative and gun friendly than Republicans in other states. Let's let it die again.
    throughly discused here.
    Maybe not....


    further discussion would do us no good
    ????? Wow...Really?

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    Negligent discharges are unfortunately fairly common when it comes to firearms. If one does maintain a semblance of gun safety though, normally nothing serious happens other than embarrassment.

    I wonder how many of us have also had a ND and will admit it?

    I'll go first. Yes I have. Hole in the living room floor. Lesson learned.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MrOverlay View Post
    Negligent discharges are unfortunately fairly common when it comes to firearms. If one does maintain a semblance of gun safety though, normally nothing serious happens other than embarrassment.

    I wonder how many of us have also had a ND and will admit it?

    I'll go first. Yes I have. Hole in the living room floor. Lesson learned.
    Knock on wood haven't had one yet. But happened to see a Brit have 4 in a row at a clearing barrel before someone grabbed him and told him to drop the magazine.... bang... rack... bang... co fused look.... rack... bang..... confused look.... rack.... bang..... lol

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    Quote Originally Posted by MrOverlay View Post
    I wonder how many of us have also had a ND and will admit it?

    I'll go first. Yes I have. Hole in the living room floor. Lesson learned.
    My only ND was, luckily, outside.

    A friend put my firearm up. The magazine was out and I thought it was unloaded. I decided to put the internal hammer down. BANG. Luckily I always point my firearms in a safe direction when I am doing something STUPID.
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    Quote Originally Posted by MrOverlay View Post
    Negligent discharges are unfortunately fairly common when it comes to firearms. If one does maintain a semblance of gun safety though, normally nothing serious happens other than embarrassment.

    I wonder how many of us have also had a ND and will admit it?

    I'll go first. Yes I have. Hole in the living room floor. Lesson learned.
    I'll also admit to having one and only one *sheepish*. Made a critical error of forgetting to remove the magazine while trying to disassemble my firearm. pulled the trigger like you would on a glock to release the slide and *BANG*. My roommate and I looked at each other with the same blank expression on our faces as if to say "um... that wasn't suppose to happen...". Lucky for me and my roommate, all my other safety training was in place so the only thing that was hit by the bullet was the floor (and a little piece of skin on the palm of my hand ._.).
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