Quote Originally Posted by Lady's Human View Post
I can think of a number of ways it can happen, mainly involving a piece of the case hitting the trigger while opening the case, however, the Army's term for it is negligent discharge, which is completely accurate.
Unless it's in a holster, there shouldn't be a round in the chamber, and only an idiot carries locked+cocked. That's why they make double action triggers.

Not that dumb thing. This dumb thing. http://www.theindychannel.com/news/l...te-fairgrounds