They'd have left the woods with shotgun barrels so far up their ass.Was duck hunting, sitting in a blind, when another group of hunters set up across a pond about 50 yards from us. We were yelling at them to move when a flock of ducks landed in the pond directly between us. They all popped up, we all hit the dirt, and they blasted away at the ducks with pellets screaming all around us. They missed us and the ducks. One of them was training to become a conservation officer. You would think she would know better.
Same, I was about 13-14 and over at a neighbour kids house. He pulled a 12ga off the wall, pointed it at me and went 'click'. I knew very little about, and had zero experience with, guns, but I knew enough to know how stupid it was and bitched him out. He laughed.Had one pointed at me, but never shot at.
Yeah, 3-4 years ago a kid I'd never seen at our (remote, outdoor) range turned 180 degrees off the firing line towards me (I'm sure he never saw me) and racked his pistol slide with the barrel pointed right at my sternum (about 8-10 yards away). Turned around and started shooting, so I know it was loaded, thank diety he didn't have a slam fire.Raked with a loaded pistol on Friday! I didn't notice it - I was sitting down shooting a rifle on the bench - but my buddy did. The guy broke several of the strictest rules at our club. Don't know how he got his tag but he'll be getting a bad-news call from the safety officer. Not a good feeling.