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Just for the record I find negligent discharges, "playing" with guns, and other forms of gun foolishness not amusing or entertaining in the least. Anecdotes about shooting yourself or nearly shooting another person are shameful, not bragging material.
 
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I never said I was bragging, punk. and anybody who claims that they never had one is a liar. or they are very slow.
 

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I have had "accidental" discharges during matches where I have been too fast on the trigger prior to aligning the sights. My rounds always went within 2 feet of the target down range, unlike some I have never had a negligent discharge.
 

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"Punks", what are you, some adolescent moron? A negligent discharge is a discharge that has come close to or injured somebody. Some of us have NEVER had one, you admittedly have.
 

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He sure uses "punks" a lot, doesn't he? Can't get away from prison memories. I like the way he say's being fast means you have negligent discharges.. Most of the anecdotes he posts on his "accidents" have nothing to do with fast draws.
 

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I've had two nd's that I recall, only one of which was during the draw, and it wasn't a fast-draw or competition draw; just out in the woods and got lax & careless.
 

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NG's are not to be taken lightly, or bragged about. They are a sure sign that you have to up your game regarding safety.
 
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