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THIS IS WHY YOU DON’T SHOOT RANDOMLY INTO THE SKY !!

In a series of very unfortunate events, a bullet shot randomly into the sky causes an unexpected death.
Gun safety 101 teaches anyone who’s armed not to shoot randomly into the sky. Why?

Here’s a prime example why.

While it is hard to tell the original trajectory of the bullet, it’s obvious the driver didn’t shoot him. He quickly got out of his car to check on the guy. Similarly, within minutes, the victim becomes surrounded by folks wondering what in the world just happened.

Chaos ensues as the crowd hurries to help. Sadly, the man died from the stray bullet.


11 thoughts on “THIS IS WHY YOU DON’T SHOOT RANDOMLY INTO THE SKY !!”


  1. That’s not true! Myth Busters proved that terminal velocity will not allow an object to fall fast enough to penetrate your skull.

    1. Thats if he got hit in the head could have penetrated between the clavical and took out juglar.

    2. My son had a bullet go thru the roof insulation in attic and thru sheetrock ceiling and stopped on the wild flooring so myth busters was wrong once again

  2. A kid was killed by a falling bullet this year in Ind or ILL and one was killed here in Baton Rouge La on Jul 4 2001. Just ask a roofer what damage falling bullets can do.

  3. 90%of myth busters was bs… And lets think this out shall we,. You can crack your skull from falling on concrete from zero height just falling backwards so your saying a bullet designed to rip through flesh isnt going to pierce you from free fall but they say a penny from the height of the cn tower could cutt right into you… Well any standard issue fire arm is gonna shoot just as high and fall just as fast..

  4. I worked near a neighborhood where people would shoot in the air ever so often. We have come to work to find a bullet in the floor after coming through an insulated roof, and still shatter a thick light fixture.


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