[LMB] OT: Shooting
rcrcoll6 at gmail.com
Sat Oct 30 10:23:59 BST 2021
I don't think there a firm universal rule on the treatment of guns on a
set. I think it's up to each production company decision on how seriously
safely rules about guns and rifles are followed. At least that's my
impression of how the Rust production company followed the gun safety rule.
I think there will be a tightening up of gun safety rules in the various
production trade and guild unions. Along with with a ton of lawsuits.
On Fri, Oct 29, 2021, 11:54 PM Gwynne Powell <gwynnepowell at hotmail.com>
> From: Sylvia McIvers <sylviamcivers at gmail.com>
> On Fri, Oct 29, 2021 at 2:35 AM markus baur via Lois-Bujold <
> lois-bujold at lists.herald.co.uk> wrote:
> > one of the legal curlicues in this case will have to deal with Baldwins
> > double role
> > on the one hand Baldwin was the actor who got handed a hot gun (yes, he
> > should have check, but his legal culpability still should most likely be
> > pretty limited)
> >From what I have read, actors are actually _not allowed_ to open teh gun &
> check the bullets, that invalidates the armourer's check, and the checking
> process has to be repeated by the armourer.
> An interesting wrinkle.
> Gwynne: I've seen a few contradictory explanations of the rules about
> on set. I have a feeling that there's some confusion over what the rules
> say; or perhaps they change from state to state. Looks like they need a
> shake-up in the industry.
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