Nope. Not in there.What rule book is that from?
even 1 round, and watching like a hawk. if you give them even 1 second to hold it on their own (while pointed down range and ready to fire) they could point it at you and pull the trigger without realizing it (getting distracted by a strange noise to the side or behind them). thats why we call these things accidents, not purposes.not much of an instructor, no offense to the deceased, but if you are training someone to shoot, esp a 9 yr old kid, you should be in a very very high state of awareness and make sure that muzzle is downrange, and 1 round at a time for Gods sake. This was just poor judgement. Now the kid has to live with being a murderer for the rest of her life, so 2 people were permently injured on this one. Rule # 1 with any guns is PAY ATTENTION!!!!
Full-Auto UZI, through the liberal BS remover, comes out as "Semi auto carbine."I'm sorry, I can not wrap my head around the logic that would put a full auto Uzi in the hands of a 9 year old. Never mind the poor 8 year old who lost his life. You don't need to make a law one already exists, Gross Negligence comes to mind and it doesn't fall on the kids.
But it's not. This was exactly like the previous incident mentioned above, a fully auto-Uzi. You can hear him say as much in the video before he gets shot.Full-Auto UZI, through the liberal BS remover, comes out as "Semi auto carbine."
Considering two deaths is a short time at ranges under the guidance of instructors gives them plenty of ammunition.... Many of these incidents are not accidents, its negligence.Saw a quick blurb about this on the news this morning. All ready I can feel the antis foaming at the mouth to spout more anti-gun nonsense because of this horrible accident.