The Denver Post reports that police responded to an [allegedly] accidental shooting at the annual Tanner Gun Show at the Denver Merchandise Mart. According to Sgt. Candi Baker with the Adams County Sheriff’s Office, “Saturday afternoon investigators” were interviewing witnesses, the gun’s vendor and the person holding the gun at the time of the discharge. “They were just looking at a gun,” Baker said. The paper quotes a non-witness named Russ Huntley, who told 9News he’d heard “someone had been shot in the shoulder” and “there was blood all over the floor.” More journalistically, the Post reveals that the show prohibits loaded guns (duh) and this is not the first firearm mishap at Colorado’s largest gun show. “In March 2008 a 64-year-old Littleton man accidentally shot himself in the stomach with .38-caliber handgun in the mart’s parking lot.” Not to mention the fact that “the show drew fire in 1999 [so to speak] when three guns bought there were used by Dylan Klebold and Eric Harris in the Columbine High School shooting.” Oh wait; they did mention it. Good for them. I guess.