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9th Jul '16 9:54:25 PM philippos42
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* A horrifying case from 2016: William "Clayton" Brumby took three of his children to a shooting range in Sarasota, Florida. As he was firing, a shell casing bounced off a wall and into his shirt. He instinctively tried to remove it with his dominant hand, and didn't drop the gun first. Apparently in the process he pointed the weapon behind him and fired a round into his teenage son Stephen's jugular. The boy, of course, bled out and died.

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* [[http://www.nydailynews.com/news/national/shell-casing-caused-father-accidentally-shoot-kill-teen-son-article-1.2698393 A horrifying case from 2016: 2016:]] William "Clayton" Brumby took three of his children to a shooting range in Sarasota, Florida. As he was firing, a shell casing bounced off a wall and into his shirt. He instinctively tried to remove it with his dominant hand, and didn't drop the gun first. Apparently in the process he pointed the weapon behind him and fired a round into his teenage son Stephen's jugular. The boy, of course, bled out and died.
9th Jul '16 9:47:01 PM philippos42
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* A horrifying case from 2016: William "Clayton" Brumby took three of his children to a shooting range in Sarasota, Florida. As he was firing, a shell casing bounced off a wall and into his shirt. He instinctively tried to remove it with his dominant hand, and didn't drop the gun first. Apparently in the process he pointed the weapon behind him and fired a round into his teenage son Stephen's jugular. The boy, of course, bled out and died.
27th Jun '16 7:06:31 AM FuzzyBoots
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* In ''Film/SalvationBoulevard'', Pastor Dan Day is trying to make a point about the need for religion to enforce morality by stating the argument that, without religion, people would just kill without abandon. To illustrate the point, he picks an antique gun up off of Professor Blaylock's coffee table and waves it around. It goes off when pointed at the professor.
25th Jun '16 11:12:02 AM infernape612
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* This is the reason Moira is afraid to use guns in ''VideoGame/ResidentEvilRevelation2''. [[spoiler: When she was younger, she found one of Barry's guns and accidentally, non-fatally shot her sister. It's also the cause of her massive rift with Barry.]] Considering the circumstances, [[spoiler: it's pretty much a massive WhatAnIdiot moment for the biggest GunNut ''in the franchise''.]]
25th Jun '16 10:58:52 AM infernape612
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* Elvis Presley was an avid gun collector, and almost always had a gun on his person. According to a story told in "Elvis: What Happened?", one of his "Memphis Mafia" members, Sonny West, taught him to always keep the first chamber of his guns empty. This led to an aversion of this trope, as he pulled a gun on someone who barged in on him in the bathroom, and would have blown his head off had the first chamber not been empty.



* Elvis Presley was an avid gun collector, and almost always had a gun on his person. According to a story told in "Elvis: What Happened?", one of his "Memphis Mafia" members, Sonny West, taught him to always keep the first chamber of his guns empty. This led to an aversion of this trope, as he pulled a gun on someone who barged in on him in the bathroom, and would have blown his head off had the first chamber not been empty.

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* Elvis Presley was an avid gun collector, and almost always had a gun on his person. According to a story told in "Elvis: What Happened?", one of his "Memphis Mafia" members, Sonny West, taught him to always keep the first chamber of his guns empty. This led to an aversion of this trope, as he pulled a gun on someone who barged in on him in the bathroom, and would have blown his head off had the first chamber not been empty.
24th Jun '16 3:52:29 PM StarSword
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* {{Parodied}} by [[http://tsoalr.com/?p=1332 a guest comic]] in ''Webcomic/TurnSignalsOnALandRaider''. One of the Space Marine, is trying to get ccobwebs off his hand after apparently being up on a shelf for too long, so he tries shooting it off with his bolt pistol and accidentally blasts his sergeant. (He's probably fine; worse has happened to the protagonists and, being figures in a miniatures game, they walked it off.)
18th Jun '16 4:58:45 AM Cifer
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* ''VideoGame/{{Fallout 2}}'' features a cruel variant -- one of the ways to assassinate [[spoiler:Orville Wright]] is to give one of his kids a loaded gun and tell them, "Why don't you wave this in your daddy's face and pull the trigger?"

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* ''VideoGame/{{Fallout 2}}'' features a cruel variant -- one of the ways to assassinate [[spoiler:Orville Wright]] is to give one of his kids a loaded gun and tell them, "Why don't you wave this in your daddy's face and pull the trigger?"trigger?". On a less darkly-humorous and more frustrating note, your [[ArtificialStupidity companions]] are less than sure about concepts such as friendly fire. Many a player still has nightmares that start with the sight of your super mutant companion [[ThisIsGonnaSuck switching to his Minigun...]]
12th Jun '16 5:29:31 AM res20stupid
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* This is the reason Moira is afraid to use guns in ''VideoGame/ResidentEvilRevelation2''. [[spoiler: When she was younger, she found one of Barry's guns and accidentally, non-fatally shot her sister. It's also the cause of her massive rift with Barry.]] Considering the circumstances, [[spoiler: it's pretty much a massive WhatAnIdiot moment for the biggest GunNut ''in the franchise''.]]
9th Jun '16 2:23:56 PM mhj0808
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When it may not have been accidental, it is UnfriendlyFire. When there is no effect, it is FriendlyFireproof.

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When it may not have been accidental, it is UnfriendlyFire. When there is no effect, it is FriendlyFireproof.
FriendlyFireproof. See also; RealityEnsues, which goes hand-and-hand with this trope as the realistic end result of [[ArtisticLicenseGunSafety gun safety failure]].
7th Jun '16 9:30:55 AM MoPete
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* Elvis Presley was an avid gun collector, and almost always had a gun on his person. According to a story told in "Elvis: What Happened?", one of his "Memphis Mafia" members, Sonny West, taught him to always keep the first chamber of his guns empty. This led to an aversion of this trope, as he pulled a gun on someone who barged in on him in the bathroom, and would have blown his head off had the first chamber not been empty.
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