Let me have 'em folks, stories of the dumbest individuals you have ever seen at a range or gun shop. My examples include out of state individuals going shooting with relatives. 40 YO woman has a Heritage Arms .22 SA and empties the cylinder into a paper target. After emptying the gun and losing count of rounds shot, she pulls the hammer back and fires only to hear a click. The woman re-cocks the gun, turns the barrel directly at her face, and proceeds to look down the chambers of a still "loaded" and cocked pistol. Same day a different woman from the group takes her purse gun, a Kel-Tec .380 or 9MM from the look of it, and fires the mag down range without the slide locking on empty. She then proceeds to wave the pistol about flagging every Individual on the range behind her. Finally, there was the person who brought an antique Parker Bros Shotgun which he claimed was made in 1903 and had about 60% bluing left on the Vulcan Steel Barrels. The thing held up great to a couple rounds of modern target load birdshot. The man loads and closes the gun, sets it on the staging table and then proceeds to walk down range with the barrels pointing similarly. I turn my back to start putting away my gear and I hear the gun go off. My guess is that something in the gun finally failed after a century and it just so happened to be on that unlucky day. I turn around and there the man is shaking like a chihuahua on espresso all but having pissed himself on the spot. Man was damn lucky not to visit the hospital with a chest loaded full of birdshot. He walks back full of shame and empties the Parker, packs his stuff, and drives away. Haven't seen the man at the range since but I run into him around town as we are a very rural small town.