I haven't been to the range or gun store's very much so I haven't seen very many breaches of safety, but last week when I took my friend to the firing range, I brought my brothers Walther P22 and it was acting up. It was consistently stove-piping and I'd have to pull the slide back to help it finish ejecting the cartridge. Well my friend Steve gets a hold of the gun and is running into the same problem. He started looking at the chamber to make sure it had reloaded the next round after a stove-pipe, but still had his finger in the trigger guard, he then shot the side of the shooting range, nowhere near the target since he wasn't paying proper attention to his finger being on the trigger. This was a safety breach, no one noticed it except me, I did remind him to be aware of where his finger is when holding the firearm, but if he had muzzle-sweeped simultaneously that could of been a very bad day for both of us. Im sure much more avid shooters have seen some very negligent breaches of safety with firearms, do any of you have any stories?