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Discussion in 'The Lounge' started by jeffmo, Oct 30, 2007.
you can't make this kind of stuff up!
bad dog.........bad dog!! i bet that leg is still hurtin'
rule #1...always unload when crossing a fence line...
rule #2...send the dogs in FIRST!!!
I haven't cared to hunt since spending 4 years in the US Army. That story is one of the reasons why. Way to many people in the woods that don't belong there.
It sounds like the safety clearly was not on which would be the first mistake in that accident. Laying the gun on the ground is not a bad option but obviously the safety should be on at all times. Also the muzzle should be pointed in a safe direction which apparently was not the case either. It was an unfortunate error that he is lucky enough to live through and learn by. That is not always the case.
Not much of a hunting dog if the guy had to go get his bird. The guy has to be wondering why in the hell he brings Spike in the first place. He won't retrieve and takes shots at his owner.