I love the little smile as she realizes they are filming her. I can’t wait to see her go Jedi warrior in the next movie.
People make silly assumptions. They assume that because someone handed you a gun that it must be unloaded right?
Whenever you are handling a firearm you treat it the same way every time – no exceptions. This minimizes the risks that something like this will happen.
The fist time you pick up the weapon:
- Clear it – even if you just saw the guy handing it to you clear it. Don’t trust anyone assessment of that weapon other than your own.
- Safe it – I don’t care if it is cleared, always put it on safe.
- Only point it at something you intend to shoot – because if you screw up or make a mistake on rules 1 or 2 this last one could save your life or the life of someone around you (as well as your fingers and your job).
Do you know what the difference between Benghazi and 9/11 is?
Hillary went under oath and testified all day long (11 hours).
Bush refused to talk about 9/11 under oath.
You know why? One of these two people had forewarning of an attack and because of gross incompetence did nothing while the other is caught up in a right wing witch hunt.
Kids and guns do not mix.
There are no exceptions.
I dan’t care if this gun is unloaded or that guy is a level 100 Ninja Ranger Seal SAS bullet bending commando. Every gun should be treated like its loaded and there is absolutely zero instructional value or any other type of value in letting this child see/touch this weapon. If there are other kids around, this only gives them the desire to do the same, which could have disastrous consequences.
It is pictures like this that make responsible gun owners look bad…