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Anyone who knows anything about guns knows that Gun Fu Guy’s done a bad, bad thing. Namely, he’s “lasered” himself—pointed the muzzle of one of his guns at his own body—seven times. And the cameraman a few more. And shot both pistols at once without actually looking at his target. Despite Gun Fu Guy’s obvious fitness and physical precision, that’s not an example of what’s commonly called muzzle control. In fact, it’s an excellent example of what not to do with a gun. Somehow I don’t think that was the point of the video, but let’s Picard this bad boy and make it so. And let it serve as a reminder to all of us to always keep the muzzle of the gun pointed in a safe direction.

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  1. Never heard the verb “Laser” to mean pointing the muzzle of the weapon at someone unintentionally. In the military I’ve heard the terms “blading” and “flagging.”

  2. Wow! This might be the stoopidest thing I’ve ever seen. No, wait, that would be the Fed who shot himself while demonstrating gun safety in a school. But this is a close second.

  3. I’m no expert on the disciplines, however it appears less kung fu – more a Jersey-Shoresque-lovechild of seppuku and tai chi.

    Any bets he was the not so cool “dude” who showed off with the nunchaku in the highschool parking lot?

    • Awsome post and straight to the point. I don’t know if this is really the best place to ask but do you people have any thoughts on where to employ some professional writers? Thx 🙂

  4. …BWAAAHAAAHAAA…for some reason,some part of me wanted that sidearm to discharge,when he swept his own head…time to add more bleach to the gene pool

  5. Relax. These are not real pistols, these are blank firing replicas by Umarex. It says so in the beginning of the video.

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