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WalnutPond - Unforunately, the NRA would never be ok with pointing a gun at someones head, so... That being said, they're my guns, and I am a well-trained on each and very safe gun-owner, as were the subjects (whom are friends). All guns were cleared repeatedly every time they were set down, picked up, exchanged hands, etc. All magazines were empty at all times, and the only rounds that we had with us that day were in a bag to be put on the ground for the ring shot. There were four adults, all gun owners, all using proper safety whilst handling the guns. Pointing it ones head is part of making the images, and knowing that the weapon is empty means it's no more dangerous than holding a rock to his head. I appreciate your comment, but it's not irresponsible to properly handle a gun and utilize it as a prop for prop's sake if you are 110% certain (and verified by all four adults on scene repeatedly) that it isn't loaded. I am a very, very safe and responsible gun owner.