1)Know when to say “NO” to a client.
2)If you have any doubt about the safety of an activity, then it isn’t safe.
3)If you have a younger or smaller client, stick with .22LR or Airguns.
4)A device that braces the gun and keeps it pointed in a safe direction may make sense if you are running some sort of “machine gun tourism” business.
Stoopid is as stoopid does………The small UZIs are a handful for an adult due to light weight and high cyclic rate. A small person should not be shooting this.
The poor child will have to live with this. The “instructor” was a moron.
I am sorry for the gentleman had died. Gun touring was a huge moneymaker, but have to be careful.
what sane parent would allow a nine year old girl to even hold such a thing.
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Parents whose only knowledge of firearms comes from Hollywood movies.
and a very bad precedent it is
Well, there is 13 year old boy from Colorado and that is of very old Spanish stock was playing with the gun in Moffat County and he was shot dead playing Russian roulette. Vaya Con Dios. God bless.
Many years after, the 13 year old boy’s father had died. He was cremated per request.