PA Bill Number: SB1013
Title: In general provisions, further providing for definitions; in inchoate crimes, further providing for prohibited offensive weapons and for possession ...
Description: In general provisions, further providing for definitions; in inchoate crimes, further providing for prohibited offensive weapons and for possession ...
Last Action: Referred to JUDICIARY
Last Action Date: Jan 11, 2022
Concealed Carry Seminar – Sponsored by Ambridge District Sportsmen’s Assoc. - 02/26/2022
ADSA Clubhouse 2900 Ridge Road Extension, Baden PA
Concealed Carry Seminar – Sponsored by Rep. Jason Silvis - 04/7/2022
Huber Hall 300 Alexandria Street, Latrobe, PA
Concealed Carry Seminar – Sponsored by Rep. Jason Silvis - 04/28/2022
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"Rust" armorer claims Baldwin skipped gun training session :: 01/14/2022
Alec Baldwin still hasn’t turned over his cell phone to authorities investigating the fatal shooting of cinematographer Helena Hutchins on the set of his movie “Rust” back in October, despite a valid search warrant for the device. Baldwin’s civil attorney claimed on Thursday that the phone “is being turned over this week,” which would indicate the sheriff will get the phone sometime today, but we’ll have to wait and see if that pans out.
Meanwhile, Hannah Gutierrez-Reed, the 24-year old armorer on the set of the independent film, alleges in a lawsuit filed on Wednesday that Baldwin skipped a firearms training session during the film’s production; one that directly related to the cross-draw he was supposedly practicing when his revolver fired.
Keep in mind, these are only allegations, and Gutierrez-Reed has faced her own allegations of impropriety since the shooting. The armorer also accused the company that supplied the firearms and ammunition to the set of mixing live ammunition with the dummy rounds that were supposed to be loaded into the guns before filming.
Still, I wouldn’t be shocked if the armorer’s allegation pans out, at least as far as the suggested training goes. While there are still a lot of questions that need answers, it’s been painfully obvious from from the get-go that several fundamental rules of firearm safety were broken that day, including Baldwin pointing his gun at Hutchins and director Joel Souza, who were standing directly behind the camera Baldwin was aiming at.
You always treat your gun as if it’s loaded, and you never point it at anything you’re not willing to destroy. Plain and simple, and yet completely disregarded by the cast and crew on scene that day. Honestly, I still don’t understand why the crew simply didn’t set up a monitor for Hutchins and Souza to look at that wasn’t directly in the sight line of Baldwin’s gun, which would have been the easiest way to ensure their safety.
With the criminal investigation still underway and the civil suits flying left and right, it’s impossible to know what the real story is at the moment, but maybe we’ll be able to learn a little more if Baldwin actually complies with the sheriff’s search warrant and turns over his cell phone this week.