You are the winner. At the time, we could get money to fix our weapons, but we could not get money to procure new weapons. So, we were carrying AR15s (yes, the USAF bought Colt FA AR15s back in the 1960s), and we still had the M-60, another weapon that had been continually fired and fixed since the 1970s. In this incident, the troop, whose weapon was to be half-loaded and on safe, was playing around and showing his female assistant gunner his prowess with the weapon when he sent rounds downrange. Luckily we were on a 67 sq mile reservation so we had loads of clear areas.
The M-60 holds a special place in my heart since I used to hump one in the Weapons Storage Area and as a young Airman as part of the Security Police Element for Contingencies (SPECs). I became especially fond of humping a 29lb machine gun when I was training in the Panamanian jungle.
Send me an IM with your address and I will send you a special edition LaRue Dillo.