How Not To Fire A Sawed-Off Shotgun, A Demonstration

February 2, 2018


This is a video of Youtuber hickock45 (Greg Kinman) demonstrating how not to fire a sawed-off shotgun, by holding any part of your hand in front of the muzzle of the gun. Thankfully, he uses a hotdog as a stand-in for a finger instead of sacrificing one of his own. So, do people really need to be reminded to not put any part of their hand in front of the business end of a gun? And, does a person who does need reminding really deserve fingers anyways? Food for thought. "Stop licking that hotdog." I'm pretending it's a finger.

Keep going for the video.

Thanks to hairless, who agrees anybody holding their hand in front of a shotgun while firing it is just letting nature take its course.

  • Douchy McDouche

    This is great info for when I'm going to commit my first bank robbery!

  • GunTotingLib

    What is a Fanger?

  • Kent

    This is a 4 year old video, by the way.

  • The_Wretched

    That's ok. He's going to have a 4 year old fire the gun next.

  • Draco Basileus

    If you are ever hit by a bullet or buckshot from a gun that you are firing then you goddamn well deserved it.

  • Andrew


  • Ghost Pirates

    That just makes it cooler.

  • GeneralDisorder

    It's legal with a tax stamp.

  • william robinson

    This also applies to blunderbusses. DILLY DILLY

  • Bling Nye

    Go fuck yourself you copy/paste spam bot.

  • Ollie Williams

    I don't understand what the motivation is on these bots. They have started showing up in every thread.

  • Bling Nye

    My guess is they are a new evolution of spam accounts (since under the full profile's "Recommends" tab, I've seen a lot of them often have links to 'GTA 5 HACK' or 'FIFA 18 HACK' or 'Clash of Clans Gems Freebies' or some other stupid video game hack ad site) ...or... they are Russian bots that are gradually 'legitimizing' themselves by building up comment counts and 'likes' so when they go live or activate or whatever with their propaganda parade, they're less likely to arouse suspicion, ...or... maybe they're both. I don't know.

    Either way they're fucking annoying. What's worse is after a few days when the comment time stamp goes from hours to days, you can't easily tell which comment was the first (aside from the original likely being from someone with a much higher comment count, but that won't work for long if they keep at it)... Plus if they pull this shit on sites that get hundreds of comments, there's no way to easily see it's a copy/paste.

    I really am curious as to who/what is behind them.

  • The_Wretched

    Disqus needs to put in a anti-copy comment code.

  • Ollie Williams

    They can't even get rid of the obvious spam accounts, let alone this. They don't give a shit as long as they get revenue.

  • Bling Nye

    Yeah, that'd be nice, among other things.

  • dougfunnay

    its me
    i spam

  • James Mcelroy

    i really want to copy/paste your reply.

  • Bling Nye

    This also applies to blunderbusses. DILLY DILLY

  • Titty McNipplefondler

    I'm constantly telling my wife to choke up on the barrel. Thankfully she hasn't been hit by a misfire yet!!!

  • Bling Nye


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