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"My husband reached down to engage the safety and it went off" Sounds like your husband shouldn't be touching a gun if he doesn't know the difference between the safety and the trigger.
The parents of these young boys should be proud. They raised them right!
Bravo to the young men for being aware and contacting an adult!
The term "assault weapon" is sometimes conflated with the term "assault rifle" which refers only to military rifles capable of selective fire, including fully automatic fire and/or burst fire. In the United States, fully automatic firearms are heavily restricted and regulated by federal laws such as the National Firearms Act of 1934 and the Firearm Owners Protection Act of 1986, as well as by state and local laws.
And since the "Media" used the term "Assault Rifle" are we being lead to believe this found weapon had "Select Fire"? The term "Assault Weapon / Rifle is misleading in this article.
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