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Words of Wisdom

  

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19 Responses to “Words of Wisdom”

  1. forrest says:

    That should buff out.

  2. forrest says:

    What’s worse, it looks like he kept firing!

  3. Josh says:

    Trigger Time? Sure looks like it.

  4. Jon, OPT says:

    Tis but a scratch!

  5. PT6 says:

    #newguy #beginner – do you even height over bore bruh?

  6. More ventilation for those hot summer nights!

  7. Toby says:

    That’s straight ball’n yo!

  8. FAIL83 says:

    He needed a new car anyway.

  9. PPGMD says:

    You opted for the insurance right?

  10. airborne_fister says:

    Gives a new name to drive by. Maybe stand by shooting? Isn’t there a story about some police marksman. Who was shooting at a hostage taker and was shooting the wall in front of him? I went thru a training class and we were using the curb as “cover” and I cannot tell you how many guys were taking chunks out of the curb.

  11. Nino says:

    Happened to me at basic with the orange chalk 40mm rounds. A puff of orange smoke appeared right in front of my barricade, I said “wtf” and the DS had an aneurysm. I high tailed it out covering my name tape and later was given six live grenades to shoot by another drill sergeant, while the still fuming guy grit his teeth and muttered “fuck my life.” Ah the joys of being a stupid private.

  12. K says:

    This reminds me of one of my soldiers on a 40mm range with a M320 Grenade Launcher. Just because the barrel of the rifle is above the shooting barrier does not me the grenade launcher barrel is…and there is not a 40mm hole in the barrier. The same soldier also seems to always shoot his sling when he firers the TPT Rds. and all of a sudden gets covered in chalk.

  13. John Smith says:

    BSR…..

  14. coyote says:

    Actually brings back childhood memory with my Dad. We were out in Coalinga CA, hunting Coyotes, and varmints. Dad had 2, Ruger .220 Swift rifles, we pulled up on hill, laid some sandbags on the hood and commenced to killing critters.
    “Hey Pop, when did you get these holes in the hood of the Scout?”
    “GD Son of a Bastage, Mutherloving, get in the truck boy”
    “Yes Sir”
    … learned that lesson at an early age

  15. Ex Coelis says:

    The tradition of “Oops! Sorry ’bout that”, continues…

  16. Ranger Rick says:

    That’s what training is for.

  17. Ken says:

    I’ve got a photo sequence of a (supposedly) HSLD federal unit that follows an agent rolling out of the passenger seat, moving over to the front quarter panel and immediately firing one into the hood, forgetting about offset. That person would have kept shooting had their instructor not jumped in and physically pulled them off and away from the vehicle. Priceless!

  18. Storytime says:

    My favorite story someone told me was of a father and son in a pickup. Son sees a deer, gets out out the driver side, with a scoped rifle, aims over the top of the truck, but the barrel is below, windows were open. The son fired and it just barely grazed the fathers head in the passenger seat…close call and lesson learned. Only a good story because no one was seriously hurt.