Texas man takes selfie with gun to friend’s head

Texas man takes selfie with gun to friend’s head
Top Gun manager Kyle Harrison says while the gun was not loaded, this is everything you shouldn't do when it comes to firearm safety and they are sharing the video for awareness.

HOUSTON (WTRK/CNN) - A gun range customer held a gun to his friend’s head hoping to get a picture for social media.

The gun range not only banned those men for life but is now hoping their stupidity will be a lesson to others.

It starts off bad enough with one guy taking a selfie, gun in hand and then it gets worse when he points the gun at his friend's head for another picture.

The range safety officer quickly intervened.

Great job from our Range Safety Officer in stopping and addressing a safety violation on the range. The former customer brought in his own weapon for him and his friend to shoot. They were given a safety brief and still broke range rules once they went out to shoot. After they were promptly removed from the range, we covered which rules they broke and then banned them for life from the range. We take safety very seriously here at Top Gun Range, and we pride ourselves in having the best staff in Texas.

Posted by Top Gun Range on Wednesday, October 10, 2018

Top Gun manager Kyle Harrison says while the gun was not loaded, this is everything you shouldn't do when it comes to firearm safety and they are sharing the video for awareness.

He says never point a gun at anything you don't want to destroy.

While the range is there for practice, customers are expected to do it safely.

Harrison says they violated the rules and they won’t be allowed back.

“So, after they had the incident we took them to the lobby. We recapped what rules they broke in our range and then we got their stuff for them and we banned them for life,” said Harrison.

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