clawson481154 karma2019-04-01 07:02:46 UTC
No, I would not have.
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clawson48895 karma2019-04-01 06:23:23 UTC
Honestly not as much as you’d expect. I didn’t even realize I’d been hit for a few seconds. It was a combination of adrenaline and shock and the severed nerve. The bullet struck the ulnar nerve so that probably helped a lot. The worst pain was when the doctor shoved a reader into the bullet wound to find out if we could save the artery or it was severed. It was severed so I only have one main artery going into my hand.
clawson48860 karma2019-04-01 07:05:15 UTC
Just school. I don’t really remember anything specific other than cussing him out and thinking I was gonna die. I could tell by blood flow he had hit an artery, but luckily we made it to the hospital quickly. It doesn’t interfere with it hardly at all. There’s not really anything I can’t do other than because of a lack of strength in my wrist, which will come back in time. I have a reduced range of motion also, but nothing that has interfered in any serious way so far.
clawson48466 karma2019-04-01 06:38:26 UTC
It was an outdoor range and We were the only ones there. I’m trained with firearms and do some instruction, but this was his first time. I was walking back to my car to get some other things when he shot me. He didn’t pay attention to any of the rules we went over and he was very careless. I forgive him, and he feels terrible. He has developed serious depression and anxiety over it.
clawson48366 karma2019-04-01 07:03:06 UTC
Yes he did, lol. I’ve been adapting so all is well.
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