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How Not To Shoot A Sawed-Off Shotgun, A Demonstration

This is a video of Youtuber hickock45 (Greg Kinman) demonstrating how not to fire a sawed-off shotgun, by holding any part of your hand in front of the muzzle of the gun. Thankfully, he uses a hotdog as a stand-in for a finger instead of sacrificing one of his own. So, do people really need to be reminded to not put any part of their hand in front of the business end of a gun? And, does a person who does need reminding really deserve fingers anyways? Food for though.
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