CSGV believes guns move on their own.

CSGV shoot themselves

You cannot make this stuff up. Don’t need to either.

Buckeye police are investigating the death of 17-year-old Dannielle Rangel after her family says a rifle fell over and accidentally discharged a bullet, striking Rangel in the head. On Monday around 10:30 p.m., Rangel’s family says her brother was moving his rifle, a 22 caliber AR-15. He allegedly set the rifle down and it fell over and went off.

Source: Buckeye police investigate accidental shooting of teen girl – CBS 5 – KPHO

Hard to imagine they are this brutally dumb.

7 Replies to “CSGV believes guns move on their own.”

  1. After working in litigation failure analysis, I can tell you this mentality is way too common.

    I’ve seen planes fall out of the sky because the owners didn’t want to spend the money on proper preventative maintenance.

    I’ve seen arms ripped off because people were too lazy to lockout/tag-out industrial equipment before sticking an arm into it to fix it.

    I’ve seen people squished, dismembered, turned into paste, immolated, and otherwise killed in the most painful of ways because they were irresponsible with the machinery they were using.

    Every time they (if they survived) or their family sued the manufacturer of said equipment, it was always the equipment’s fault. Nobody ever wanted to admit their family member was dumb and/or complacent. The machine was at fault.

    If the gun fell and the hammer tripped, that might be a problem.

    BUT WHY WAS THE GUN LEFT PROPPED UP LOADED WITH A ROUND IN THE CHAMBER AND THE SAFETY (PRESUMABLY) OFF!?!




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  2. Where is that web site from several years ago where a guy put first his AR, then a couple more rifles and a handgun or two on a table and broadcast the 24/7 video of them so folks could help watch and see when any of those guns made a break for the door to go out and shoot someone? The comments about the guns not having the courage to get up were hilarious.

    stay safe.




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  3. Do you know what could have possibly prevented this problem? Training.
    Do you know what the CSGV opposes? Training.

    The very idea that people (especially *gasp* children) should be taught proper gun handling causes groups like the CSGV to fall into a pearl clutching faint.




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  4. I bet a dozen children died today from poison, drowning in a five gallon bucket, falls, auto accidents and fires, yet no angst for them. If a single freak accident or negligent discharge claims a life it is the fault of the firearm and never that of the irresponsible/negligent person who let the event occur.




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