- Aug 15, 2017
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It the firearm was capable of shooting live rounds, a reasonable person with any manner of gun training whatsoever would check and clear it immediately, never point it at anyone (loaded or not), and only touch the trigger when the muzzle is aimed at the intended target and the foreground and background is clear.That's nice. But you are not the law. We are talking about the law. And yes, it will make a difference if it was a piece of debris vs. someone loading a live round in the weapon.
Nobody gives a shit what difference it does or doesn't make to you. Or to me.