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    I'm gonna say this categorically.
    All modern rifles and shotguns have a disconnect that prevents the hammer from falling before the action is locked in the fire position.

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    Im going to say this categorically... not all guns are modern, take for example the one in the video.
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    Like the Slow-Mo version....If I did something that stupid, only me and The Lord above would ever know about it
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    He looked like he was in some kind of dorm or barracks. Me thinks he had a whole lot of push ups to do.

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    There is some great things to be learned by the video.
    Perfect example that just because someone can video themselves and out it on the net does not make them a pro or guru at anything.

    That guy is almost as dumb as the cop that shot himself in the leg in front of the class room full of kids.

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    Quote Originally Posted by DUCKWHACKER View Post
    Ah yes, the ol 1897 semi auto/pump. Found out about that one as a 16 year old kid in Ocala. Scared the crap outta me for sure.
    I had an Ithaca pump when I was a kid and yes, you can shoot it that way. It would happen on accident in the heat of a moment and scare the Sheet out of me.


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    I've been around for a while and have owned firearms built from the early 20th century on.
    All of them had a trigger disconnect that required the trigger to be released, resetting it before the next shot was fired.
    That was in compliance to federal law.
    I watched that video several times and I think that I saw that guy release his trigger finger.

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    Scoutboat there are a lot of old shotguns that will fire if trigger is held down.
    Old ithicas, old 870's, old model 12's.
    The old hammer rem shot gun will shoot as fast as u can pump it with trigger depressed.
    Cause the hammer falls.

    I found out this clip is fake.
    The guy also has a video of a negligent misfire with a handgun.
    But it does prove a good point.
    Do a YouTube search for negligent misfire.
    There are a few
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    So, I wasn't seeing things!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Scoutboat View Post
    I've been around for a while and have owned firearms built from the early 20th century on.
    All of them had a trigger disconnect that required the trigger to be released, resetting it before the next shot was fired.
    That was in compliance to federal law.
    I watched that video several times and I think that I saw that guy release his trigger finger.
    I had a Winchester Model 12 skeet model that was built in the 50's and it would Fire every time it was cycled if the trigger was held down. I don't know what guns you have been around but not the model 12'

    BTW, also had a 22 caliber Browning pump that would continue to fire as a long as the trigger was pulled. My brother Thad the same .22 and we had contests to see who could empty the magazines in the shortest time accurately.
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