>drop magazine. >rack slide 20 times. >look through chamber. >rack slide 5 more times

>drop magazine
>rack slide 20 times
>look through chamber
>rack slide 5 more times
>look through chamber again
>pull trigger
>desk explodes and ears start ringing

  1. 1 month ago

    Should've looked down the barrel you noggin

  2. 1 month ago

    In this episode of OP is retarded.

  3. 1 month ago


  4. 1 month ago

    Congrats, you need a new extractor

    • 1 month ago


  5. 1 month ago

    I put it in there OP, was hoping you'd accidently have a nice day

    • 1 month ago

      better luck next time

  6. 1 month ago

    >no clearing bucket
    really bro?

    • 1 month ago

      >no shit bucket
      OP needs a new chair

  7. 1 month ago

    I unironically had such an AD during my time in the German army. The ejector spring broke and dirt and the extractor claw kept the round pointing straight. I racked the charging handle of the g36 3 or 4 times, held it back and looked into the chamber at an angle at which I wasn’t able to see the round still pointing forward. Let go, aimed and pulled the trigger. Got a lot of shit afterwards, NDs were treated like criminal behavior and a full investigation was started. Armorer found that I wasn’t at fault because of the broken ejector spring but I had to pay a fine because I didn’t check for the round correctly. Have been using my pinky ever since.

  8. 1 month ago

    You didn't finger the chamber notraining.

  9. 1 month ago

    >look through chamber

    Get better glasses I guess.

  10. 1 month ago

    >Using the Stirling SMG in the British Army in the 80s on a firing range.
    >Given the order "MAKE READY!" so I cock it, expecting the bolt to catch and be held in the rear of the gun, ready to be released only when I flick the safety off and squeeze the trigger.
    >Due to the gun being around 30 fucking years old and poorly maintained, it doesnt catch, instead it goes forward when I release it, picking up a round, slamming it into the breech and firing it.
    >Luckily I had it pointing down the range and it caught when the bolt came back after firing (or it would have shot off the entire mag).
    >Get yelled at by the Fire Officer, but later the armourer points out the worn as fuck trigger mechanism, so nothing more is said.
    >I hated those fucking things, they were dodgy as fuck.

  11. 1 month ago

    >be FDF jäger
    >mock battle, half a month of service left
    >pokemon man is sick so a driver replaced him
    >retard loads in a belt of blanks, pulls back the charging handle
    >not back enough, gun fires
    >barrel is pointing up, hes kneeling so the barrel is right next to his face
    >only one with no ear pro
    >RING RING t. tinnitus
    >loses half of his hearing on left ear, discharged but still has to serve the rest of his time.

  12. 1 month ago

    >drop magazine
    >rack slide 20 times
    >look through chamber
    >rack slide 5 more times
    >look through chamber again
    >rack slide again
    >round pops out
    this has happened to me probably three times

  13. 1 month ago

    Yep, negligent discharges just happen, it's black magic or something, you just need to get used to it, because they WILL happen no matter how much you try to prevent them. I've had this happen to me a few times, too.

    >At friends apartment at college. Just bought my first pistol from a gun show (I was 18)
    >Drinking with friends
    >Show them my new Jericho
    >Try to manually decock
    >Thumb slips on hammer, ND into celling
    >Upstairs neighbors too high and drunk (underage and illegal drugs) to call the police.

    Second time
    >At range
    >Showing friend pistol
    >Think gun is unloaded
    >Point at ground show him how to wrack and pull the trigger.
    >Forgot loaded mag in
    >Shoot between his feet

    Third time
    >At parents house.
    >Just bought a sig from a guy
    >Get home
    >Try swapping slides with another sig I had
    >Forgot the other sig slide was chambered.
    >Pull trigger
    >Shoot parents wall

    Fourth time
    >At my new house
    >Playing with a friend's 5.56 AK
    >Release bolt
    Slam fires round into ground

    Fith time
    >Showing a friend how to use it
    >No idea how but a round got chambered
    >Show him how the trigger works,
    >Pull trigger
    >Shoots round into floor in the same place as before

    Sixth time
    >Thought maybe the house was haunted
    >Grab a sig
    >Physically clear it, (racked the slide 3 times) with no magazine in
    >pull trigger at the same hole
    >Round goes off

    Seventh time
    >Friend brings over a used Glock wants me to look over it
    >I grab it and pull the trigger without clearing it
    >Didn't even realize the thing was loaded.

    Eighth time
    >Friend brings over his transferable Mac 10
    >I had no idea how open bolt guns worked.
    >He's showing it off to me
    >I put a loaded mag it and decided to try and release the bolt (I thought it shot from a closed bolt)
    >Pulled the trigger for some reason
    >Shot 3 rounds into my wall

    Overall you shouldn't feel too bad about NDs. It's part of owning guns, and you should get used to them

    • 1 month ago

      You sound like a very negligent gun owner anon, half of them is just you keeping your guns loaded for no reason and fuckin forgetting about it

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  14. 1 month ago

    NDs happen depending on where you are on the gun safety - personal safety axis. If you believe in extreme gun safety, you have no ammunition near the firearms except at the range, leaving the range you separate the two and do not let them meet, give your ammo to a friend perhaps. Doing this puts you at severe personal risk because you are effectively unarmed if some thug decides to visit.

    On the other end with extreme personal safety, you don't unload your guns. Ever. You can clean all relevant modern guns with one in the chamber (tried it with SIGs and ARs) and doing so ensures that you are always ready to engage in combat. Doing this exposes you to the risk of NDs more, but that's a risk you have to accept.

  15. 1 month ago

    >Turkanon tries to open a glass coca-cola bottle by removing the slide from his surplus CZ vz.50 and sticking the bottle cap between the barrel and the lower frame
    >Bottle opens
    >Turkanon reassembles his gun
    >Slide flies forward
    >Turkanon now has a 7.65mm diameter hole in his right kneecap and is exempt from military service
    Guy was crying "muh field promotion, how will I ever become an officer now" as he was being carried away on a stretcher.

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