A Derp Brain Photo

Cabin Boy Bill’s bio says he served during the Viet Nam era as Navy Medical Corpsman and that he did a tour with a Marine Corps unit. Based on that, I assume that he would have qualified with the M16 rifle and that he should still retain at least a passing familiarity with it and the Marines’ standards of safe gun handling.

Schmalfeldt has spent the past couple of days whining about an unfairly cropped photo which he says unjustly portrays him as “crazed and evil.” This image is an unedited copy of one he posted at Breitbart Unmasked.GE

The Four Rules of Gun Safety (as stated by Lt. Col. Jeff Cooper, USMC Ret.) are

1. All firearms are always handled as if they were loaded.
2. Never point a firearm at anything you are unwilling to destroy.
3. Keep your finger off the trigger until the sights are aligned on the target.
4. Be sure of your target.

This picture shows the Cabin Boy violating all four at once.

The picture clearly shows that Bill Schmalfeldt is irresponsible. The Gentle Reader may form his own opinions about “crazed” or “evil.”

8 thoughts on “A Derp Brain Photo

  1. Keep in mind he also claimed it was OK for him to have it because it belonged to his son who is a “firearms dealer”. Turns out his sons “license” is for antique firearms and does not cover the firearm Billy is holding.

    • I have to agree – BS is fulfilling his job admirably by taking the attention off BK and his gang, where it should now return. Ignoring BS will serve to dry up his miniscule traffic.

    • This post has a picture of the Cabin Boy in training to become a Navy JO. The stripe his sleeve shows him to be a HM4 Medical Corpsman.

      TYPO Correction—HM3 not HM4 for the Cabin Boy’s rank.

      • I was in the Navy 69-73, made OS2 and leading petty officer of my division. Too much to detail here and now, but there’s something hinky about this. After one “made rate” in a specialized rating it was VERY unusual for anyone to change rates to unrelated rate, such as from HM to JO. Think about it, which do you suppose the Navy needs more: trained and experienced HMs or new JOs? There’s more behind this that we don’t know.

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