No touchy. I know you feel the need to because it's shiny, but no touchy. Because you carry one on your belt doesn't make you a weapons expert, so no touchy.
The gun's owner was telling Phillips how to clear the loaded .22 magnum revolver when it was accidentally discharged, Phillips reported. 'The weapon was pointed down toward the screening table."I'm just guessing here, but most likely the firearm in question is a NAA revolver which doesn't have a trigger guard. Why are you cocking the hammer? Why are you touching it at all in public if you don't know the firearm? Just a few questions I had and I'm also relieved to see no one was hurt as a result.