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Unintentional discharge is the event of a firearm discharging (firing) at a time not intended by the user. An unintended discharge may be produced by an incompatibility between firearm design and usage, such as the phenomenon of cooking off a round in a closed bolt machine gun, a mechanical malfunction as in the case of slamfire in an automatic weapon, user induced due to training issues or negligence, or a simple accident. The phenomenon has also been defined in the scientific literature as an activation of the trigger mechanism that results in an unplanned discharge that is outside of the firearm’s prescribed use. Where prescribed use refers to departmental policies and laws related to the operation of firearms (O'Neill, 2018).
The article indicates the man had his WA State concealed-pistol license (CPL).
Let's be safe out there. If you're going to carry, be proficient and have your chit together...
An 80-year-old woman who was accidentally shot while eating dinner at an Oak Harbor restaurant Friday...
Back on Oct 16, I posted about my negligent discharge with my CZ 75D PCR that sent a 9mm 90 grain Underwood XTreme Defender round at 1400 feet per second through the top right of my left foot, through two large ankle bones, and out the left side. I ended up spending four days in the hospital...