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Old December 9, 2012, 09:23 AM   #28
vito
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While it doesn't take much effort to check that the chamber is empty (or not), this type accident seems to always happen with a semi-automatic. While it is possible that a revolver could be mostly empty, but contain one round in the chamber that rotates to the barrel as the trigger is pulled, it is obviously less likely. But it seems the very individuals who are not following safety rules are the same folks who will gravitate toward having a semi-auto, probably because that is what they see on TV.
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