Me and my uncle were clay bird shooting one afternoon and I had a semi auto shotgun jam on me.
My uncle came over to help. He put his fingers into where the spent shell ejects to remove the jammed cartridge while I was still holding the shotgun. For some reason the gun went off between us. Thankfully it was pointing out in the direction we had been shooting in.
The two things we did wrong and the two lessons we learned were… before trying to fix a jammed gun make sure the safety is on and it I not going to go off. And treat all guns as loaded.
Thankgun, and happy hunting!