|AP Photo/Jens Meyer|
The Skagit Valley Herald reports the man and his girlfriend were photographing themselves with the weapon on Sunday at a residence when he shot himself.
Skagit Couinty Sheriff's Office Patrol Chief Chad Clark says the woman reported that she and the man had taken photos with the gun several times that day and that the man had loaded and unloaded bullets multiple times.
Clark says a bullet apparently remained in the gun the final time he fired.
eye'm thynkin': #1 This is a special kind of stupid. #2 Does pointing a gun at yourself and taking a picture pass for entertainment in Washington? #3 "...a bullet apparently remained in the gun..." I give you Patrol Chief Chad Clark, a master at stating the obvious.
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