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    How to Accidentially discharge properly.

    Caught this gem while watching youtube videos of competitions and techniques.

    Thought it was a great demo, and put it here under safety - If there is a better topic feel free to move it.

    -Alex Z. IDPA-MM: A435094 // USPSA-Prod-D: A-99842 // 3GN:34030
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    Thanks for this, great video.

    I really need to set up a better "impact zone" near my gun area at home, for when I cycle in a CCW round. Because I've gotten in the sloppy habit of "not pointed at a human" = safe. When really it should be "pointed into an area that is OK for bullet to impact" = safe.
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    Quote Originally Posted by ZombieWrangler View Post
    put it here under safety - If there is a better topic feel free to move it.
    This should be posted in "General Discussion". This section isn't "Safety", it is "Safety and Policy-NOTES TO THE BOARD". It is for pointing out issues to the BoD. This isn't an issue for the Board to take action on. It is general information.

    Alex, please delete this thread and repost it in "General Discussion".
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