I bought a desert eagle 357 because it is hard to chamber the first bullet. My daughter is thirty one and she still can't chamber it. I never
realized when I bought it that she would never be able to use it. My wife can't chamber it either. Talk about wimps. I suppose someday I'll be a
frail old man and have to sell it because I can't chamber it. Otherwise I will be sooo embarrassed. I suppose even though kids can't chamber it they
might be hitting each other with it and it is very heavy.
Ha that's great. On a similar note, my little brother found a box of tampons when he was around 7 and ran around the house pushing the inserter as
hard as he could so the tampon would 'pop' out. He thought they were "super cool pop guns!!".
Anyways, great video, thanks for sharing!
edit on 7-10-2015 by seaswine because: (no reason given)
Guns should be locked in a gun cabinet or safe and the key or combination hidden. Each gun should have a trigger lock or a cable lock through the
chamber mechanism and the keys or combination well hidden. Any individual who does not do this is taking a big risk.
Kids are very curious. I know. I used to pickup and look at my dad's pistol.
I figured with all the heated gun threads going around the last few days that this would provide some needed humor to the boards. I think I would
likely not survive the laughing fit should this ever actually occur in front of me. Life after this scene, in real life, would likely just be
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