My dad was in the Army and went to Korea in the 1950s, a surveyor for the artillery then transferred to intelligence. He debunks the GGG theory with facts. In an atmosphere of highly trained soldiers where firearm maintenance was the law and enforced with severe punishment, he says there were gun accidents all the time. He saw guys shoot themselves on marches, in the lunch line and in their bunks. One wrong move, one mistake, one nervous reaction and someone is harmed or dead.