Gun Play

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Gun Play

RosesThorns RosesThorns
What are your thoughts... it came up a while back in one of the discussion groups Im part of on Fetlife and I thought I would pose the question to you guys.

Personally I don't think its a safe idea at all...I am pretty much a gun safety nazi so... yeah, not happening in my world.
11/18/2010
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TexasFire TexasFire
My wife is a gun safety nazi like you, so it would never happen. Maybe if it was a really cheesy plastic one like kids' holloween costumes come with...
11/18/2010
Sammi Sammi
Water gun, cheap plastic kid's one - maybe. Real one? Nope.
11/18/2010
ScottA ScottA
Real guns are only pointed at things you are willing to destroy. It's always loaded, even if you've just checked and the action is open. It's even loaded when it's halfway disassembled. That's the rule according to Scouts and the NRA.

If you haven't guessed this means no. I wouldn't play with knives either.

There are enough ways to get hurt in this world without taking unnecessary risks.
11/19/2010
Blinker Blinker
I love guns, I will not lie, though I would like to echo Scott's sentiments that there is no such thing as an unloaded gun. I find the cold steel incredibly sexy and powerful, which is probably why I have a thing for Nazis and cops. I have not ever used guns in a sexual situation, but I would love to with a responsible partner who knows his way around a handgun, not someone who just picked up a Ruger at a gun show on a whim.

I am sure it can be done safely with much, MUCH careful preparation and planning, in a safe environment with endless trust.
11/19/2010
SexyTabby SexyTabby
Rule of thumb - you don't point a gun at anything you don't intend to kill and you don't kill anything you don't intent to eat
11/19/2010
White Fox White Fox
Despite not owning any, I'm a gun lover for sure. But from when I was a Boy Scout I was taught a deep respect for them. SexyTabby's got the right idea. You don't point a gun at anything you don't intend to kill. You always treat a gun as if it was loaded because even some very experienced people have killed themselves with guns by accident.

I would say if you want your gun fix then go find yourself a good quality metal body Airsoft gun. You can find ones that look exactly like the real thing (except for having an orange tip) but are nowhere near as dangerous. Removing the power supply or air canister of an airsoft gun completely disables it, unlike removing the magazine from a real gun.
11/19/2010
ScottA ScottA
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Originally posted by Blinker
I love guns, I will not lie, though I would like to echo Scott's sentiments that there is no such thing as an unloaded gun. I find the cold steel incredibly sexy and powerful, which is probably why I have a thing for Nazis and cops. I have not ...
The risk isn't worth it. Mistakes happen.
11/19/2010
DeliciousSurprise DeliciousSurprise
A gun should only be pointed at something you actually intend to shoot. Period. They are not toys.
11/19/2010
ToyGeek ToyGeek
People do that? Scary. No, I definitely wouldn't play with anything that could kill me, ever.
11/19/2010
leatherlover leatherlover
Never.
11/19/2010
Jessica Elizabeth Jessica Elizabeth
Never. Ever.
11/19/2010
LavenderSkies LavenderSkies
Quote:
Originally posted by RosesThorns
What are your thoughts... it came up a while back in one of the discussion groups Im part of on Fetlife and I thought I would pose the question to you guys.

Personally I don't think its a safe idea at all...I am pretty much a gun safety ...
Never. I have traumatic experiences with guns, so that would be instant tears for me.
11/21/2010
HisLittleGirl HisLittleGirl
A real gun would not fly with me.
11/21/2010
Tart Tart
Its true, its not safe. But, if it doesn't have bullets in it how can it harm? Also gun play can mean many things. The gun even being in the room could be considered gun play. It doesn't have to be pushed to the temple or put in someones mouth to be "in play." Its risk aware, and if it isn't for you, then let it be.
11/23/2010
~LaUr3n~ ~LaUr3n~
I get excited from shooting a gun, but not sexually excited. More of an adrenaline high.
11/23/2010
Selective Sensualist Selective Sensualist
I think it is incredibly irresponsible. With gun ownership comes a great deal of responsibility and if you cannot be responsible when it comes to proper handling, then you do not need to own it.
11/23/2010
ScottA ScottA
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Originally posted by Tart
Its true, its not safe. But, if it doesn't have bullets in it how can it harm? Also gun play can mean many things. The gun even being in the room could be considered gun play. It doesn't have to be pushed to the temple or put in someones ...
If a gun doesn't have bullets then it's not going to be very dangerous - BUT how many times have you heard "I didn't think it was loaded?" in the papers/news/online. Mistakes happen and it isn't worth it. Get a non-gun/replica/whatev er and pretend. Even with that be careful - if the light throws a silhouette on the window and someone sees it you might get visitors.
11/23/2010
Tart Tart
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Originally posted by ScottA
If a gun doesn't have bullets then it's not going to be very dangerous - BUT how many times have you heard "I didn't think it was loaded?" in the papers/news/online. Mistakes happen and it isn't worth it. Get a ...
I totally agree. That's why anyone who wishes to engage in such risky play really need to be at the top of their game. If its a real gun it has to be checked every single time for bullets. Replicas can be just as hot.
11/24/2010
TboyTy TboyTy
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Originally posted by SexyTabby
Rule of thumb - you don't point a gun at anything you don't intend to kill and you don't kill anything you don't intent to eat
I agree completely, as a general rule of thumb. However I do respect others' rights to their own kinks.

I know of a player who is very into gun play and has a very interesting approach to it. He has one gun that is for play only. He has never bought bullets for it and never will. He also disassembles it in front of the bottom every time prior to playing with it.
02/05/2011
VenusianThunder VenusianThunder
I will admit, I have fantasized about having a gun to my head and forced into submission, but would never actually be okay with it. Far too dangerous. A nice looking and real-feeling replica would be plenty of excitement for me.
02/05/2011
Sex'и'Violence Sex'и'Violence
Definitely a turn on, but I think if a round ever got chambered it would cross the line.
05/06/2011
Miss Morphine Miss Morphine
A resin molded replica or a toy, but I don't think a real gun would fly for playtime.
05/08/2011
Stinkytofu10 Stinkytofu10
Absolutely not.
01/27/2012
hyacinthgirl hyacinthgirl
No way. Every gun ever is always loaded all of the time. When we were kids, even pointing our cap guns at each other was worth a spanking. My cousin didn't think his gun was loaded when he was cleaning it, and it shot off the lock on the front door. And he was not a gun noob.

Get a really good replica toy if that's what you're into, but no need to make things harder for the rest of us gun lovers by being foolish with a deadly weapon.
01/27/2012
Taylor Taylor
I don't allow guns in my house, so I would never do this type of play. I have done knife play before (not any cutting or drawing blood though) and it was okay, but it didn't really get me excited.

I guess I don't have a problem with people using a toy gun for this sort of play, it's just not ever going to be something I am into.
01/27/2012
KyotoAngel KyotoAngel
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Originally posted by RosesThorns
What are your thoughts... it came up a while back in one of the discussion groups Im part of on Fetlife and I thought I would pose the question to you guys.

Personally I don't think its a safe idea at all...I am pretty much a gun safety ...
...never heard of this but I'd agree...if it's a fake toy gun that can't do any harm maybe. It'd be a cool prop to find a really realistic (but still fake) gun and use it for a scene.
01/29/2012
Jake Thompson Jake Thompson
I have owned and used guns for a long time now. I owned a gun as soon as it was legal for me to age wise. I am a safety nut myself all guns are to be considered loaded always. As said above only point a real gun at something you want to kill. I'm not into gun play myself I love shooting them but would never aim one at a person on purpose unless I was planning on shooting them like an intruder. As for the suggestions of replica or toy guns for one almost all of those look fake and the person might notice and then the danger element would be gone. I didn't see it mentioned but guns can be set up or bought that will only fire blanks that way its not possible a real bullet could ever be loaded this is what a lot of movie use. The problem with blanks is at very close range they can still be lethal people have been killed by them usually in freak accidents but still dead is dead. One option people might want to consider is deactivating the gun where it can never shoot. If the firing pin is removed from a gun it can not discharge a round yet its still a real gun it wouldn't matter if its loaded it couldn't go off. Another step might be plugging the receiver on a semi-automatic and plugging the chambers on a revolver. By plugging I mean having a piece of steel welded where the bullets go so it would never be possible to load. I would ruin the gun for use as a gun but it would still look and function like one except it couldn't shoot. I'm not sure I could ever get comfortable enough with someone for them to aim a real gun at me and I don't think I could ever aim a real gun at someone under my control.
01/29/2012
Entropy Entropy
A very good friend of mine tried this with his girlfriend on Thanksgiving Day 2010. They often played while inebriated, and this time was no exception. They thought the gun was unloaded, but he forgot to unload the round in the chamber. He shot her in the head and killed her. In his guilt he took his own life and burned their house down while he was in it. I'm not saying they were playing in a safe or ideal situation. I'm just saying that if you make a mistake with a gun there is no turning back, and guns are very unforgiving. My advice: keep guns out of sex play and keep them where they belong; ready to kill if needed.
01/29/2012
SMichelle SMichelle
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Originally posted by Entropy
A very good friend of mine tried this with his girlfriend on Thanksgiving Day 2010. They often played while inebriated, and this time was no exception. They thought the gun was unloaded, but he forgot to unload the round in the chamber. He shot ...
Oh my! Wow.. that is awful.
01/29/2012
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