Thread: Just had an ND
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Old September 15, 2008, 09:01 PM   #41
Luis Leon
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Join Date: May 21, 2007
Location: Ulster County, NY
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Thank goodness no one was hurt. That said, it amazing how analytical people get after the ND takes place. If there ever is a doubt the gun is loaded, visually checking the chamber take seconds.

I practice dry firing a lot, almost everyday, If I have any doubt about the state of any of my weapons, I check the chamber, even If I don't have a doubt and was just handling an empty weapon, I still check the chamber. Even after squeezing the trigger on a snap cap, I still check the chamber. Doesn't matter the reason, interuption, etc, when in doubt... check the chamber, rack the slide multiple times, etc., doesn't cost a thing but time. Responses like "welcome to the club" are bull, if you follow all the safety rules, you should never have to "join the club".

best regards,

Luis Leon
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