Monday, January 28, 2013

Man unintentionally shot dead playing a game of "quick draw" at work

30-year-old Daniel Garrett, of Albertville, Alabama was at work at Extreme Concepts, a car stereo company, when he and another man decided to play quick draw with their guns.
Garrett had a 9mm handgun. The other man had a .40 caliber Glock handgun. Both men thought their guns were unloaded.
Garrett was unintentionally shot in torso. He was taken to the local hospital where he was pronounced dead.
Police are still investigating the incident and no charges have been filed yet.

1 comment:

LiteisoN said...

Ya couldn't make these gun incidents up. Crazy gun owners keep making the gun safety argument better than any of us libtards ever could. Gun appreciation day, what a nail in the coffin that was. I'd like to suggest them once a month. The NRA keeps shooting itself in the foot. You guys need to aim higher.