Tuesday, July 13, 2010

Let's look at the Four Rules again (and maybe an additional one) ...

1. A gun is ALWAYS LOADED. Always.

2. Do not point the muzzle at anything you're not willing to destroy.

3. Keep your finger off the trigger until you have your target sighted in.

4. Be sure of your target and what's behind it, before you pull the trigger.

5. Make sure your dog doesn't shoot you ....

From today's news we have (http://www.news.com.au/breaking-news/dog-shoots-new-zealand-man-in-backside/story-e6frfku0-1225891214337) ...

Dog shoots New Zealand man in backside

A NEW Zealand man remained in stable condition today after his dog jumped on a loaded rifle and accidentally shot him in the backside.

The Northern Advocate said the 40-year-old man from Te Kopuru, located in far-northern New Zealand, was injured while on a pig-shooting trip with three other men on Saturday.

The man was sitting in the back seat of a 4WD vehicle when the dog jumped on the loaded .22 rifle, which was also on the back seat.

The gun fired and a bullet lodged in the man's buttocks.

He was treated at the scene before being flown to Whangarei Hospital by helicopter where he had surgery to remove the bullet.

The men told police they thought the gun was unloaded, prompting authorities to warn of the need to be careful transporting firearms.

Oh, and pig shooting with a .22?????


Anonymous said...

Maybe they were little tiny pigs.

Actually, that's what I use.
Close range head shot.
There's a reason for it I best not explain.


Old NFO said...

Oh that is bad... :-)