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  • labrador12
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    The movie crew apparently all had access to their masks. Masks stop needless loss of life. I hope everyone was vaccinated too!.

    Let's GO Brandon!!!

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  • labrador12
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    Over the years I have read several stories in NRA Mags about gun collections that have served as a source for props in movies to lend authenticity to the tales!

    Let's GO Brandon!!!

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  • 99explorer
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    Prop guns are basically real guns.

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  • FirstBubba
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    Just heard from John "Bo Duke" Schneider on Newsmax.
    According to him, and he is a hunter, this was NOT an accident.
    It was out and out stupidity.
    Had movie set protocols been followed for firearms, it could not happen.
    Also, it was not a "prop" gun. Prop guns are basically plastic toys.
    There is no reason to ever have an actual firearm on a movie set.

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  • FirstBubba
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    Originally posted by fitch270 View Post

    Why the hell is he pointing a gun towards people and pulling the trigger?

    Treat Every Gun as if it were loaded.
    No argument here!

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  • fitch270
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    Originally posted by FirstBubba View Post

    What the hell is a live round doing on a movie set anyway?
    Reminds me of Forrest Gump.
    "Stupid is as stupid does!"
    Why the hell is he pointing a gun towards people and pulling the trigger?

    Treat Every Gun as if it were loaded.

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  • fitch270
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    I’m not gloating on this one bit, but Karma is a bitch sometimes. Careful what you ask for.


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  • fitch270
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    Originally posted by bowhunter75richard View Post
    With reports of difficulties surrounding union and non union personnel on set, this appears to be maybe not so ‘accidental’ ! When a live round is inserted into a prop gun, the accident portion of the incident is negated. The round did not accidentally occur. It would appear that the investigation would need to fall directly to the last person in charge of gun preparation and loading. This whole ‘accident’ issue was definitely no accident, live rounds do not just happen.
    Falls to everyone who had the gun in their hands, including Baldwin.

    The armourer was a 24 year old female who had left the gun outside on a cart with two others, the assistant director brought it in and handed it to Baldwin shouting “Cold Gun”. Obviously he didn’t check, nor did Baldwin. They were rehearsing, the two victims were setting up the cameras when Baldwin fired in their direction. During actual filming they would have been running the cameras from a remote area.


    This doesn’t take into account other issues
    with the firearms on set. This is starting to sound like as much of an accident as a drunk being told to leave a bar after being served too much and walking him to his car.

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  • FirstBubba
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    Originally posted by bowhunter75richard View Post
    With reports of difficulties surrounding union and non union personnel on set, this appears to be maybe not so ‘accidental’ ! When a live round is inserted into a prop gun, the accident portion of the incident is negated. The round did not accidentally occur. It would appear that the investigation would need to fall directly to the last person in charge of gun preparation and loading. This whole ‘accident’ issue was definitely no accident, live rounds do not just happen.
    What the hell is a live round doing on a movie set anyway?
    Reminds me of Forrest Gump.
    "Stupid is as stupid does!"

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  • bowhunter75richard
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    With reports of difficulties surrounding union and non union personnel on set, this appears to be maybe not so ‘accidental’ ! When a live round is inserted into a prop gun, the accident portion of the incident is negated. The round did not accidentally occur. It would appear that the investigation would need to fall directly to the last person in charge of gun preparation and loading. This whole ‘accident’ issue was definitely no accident, live rounds do not just happen.

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  • jhjimbo
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    Originally posted by labrador12 View Post
    I've seen reports of a live round in the firearm. It penetrated one person and wounded another. We're talking Perry Mason scenario here!

    Lets GO Brandon!!
    Maybe they can recover the projectile ?

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  • FirstBubba
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    Per this article, there had already been 3 "accidental discharges" andvthe production crew had walked off the job that very morning!

    https://citizenfreepress.com/breakin...atal-shooting/

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  • 99explorer
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    They were rehearsing.

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