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Quotes / Reckless Gun Usage

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"I don't have to be careful. I got a gun!"
Homer Simpson, The Simpsons, "The Cartridge Family"

Officer Cackowski: Say, you look familiar. Did I ever pretend to shoot a guy in front of you to teach you a lesson about gun safety?
Annie: ...yes.
Officer Cackowski: Knew it. Never forget a face.

"Guess I was safe last night."
Nate glanced at the teenagers on the walls. "This is the most dangerous place I know of. None of these punks knows that a safety can be set anywhere but full-automatic."
"I noticed."
"And you would have noticed if they had one of their accidents with grenades."
Able Team: #19 "Ironman"

"The advent of low-profile carbonan armored uniforms in the mid-29th century served to underscore the importance of fire discipline in organizations where those uniforms were standard issue. It became entirely too tempting to tap an officer on the shoulder from fifty yards away to get his attention. After all, shouting takes effort, ammo is cheap, and shooting your CO in the back never gets old."

"And James was rubbish with the shotgun..." (cue James May looking at the barrel of the shotgun while its pointing towards his head)
Richard Hammond, Top Gear, "Top Gear: Polar Special"

Soviet: Nevil, where are you firing?
Nevil: Don't know.
Soviet: What do you mean you DON'T KNOW?

There are no dangerous weapons; there are only dangerous men.

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