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Is This a Full Auto Smith & Wesson .500 Magnum Revolver? [VIDEO]

Did Smith & Wesson ever make a full auto .500 Magnum revolver?

No, but this young lady found a way to shoot one in a way that seemed full auto.

This woman luckily held onto the gun as it double fired and surprised everyone.

This perfect day at the range almost went horribly wrong for this young lady.

The Smith & Wesson .500 Magnum revolver double fired in a fully automatic accident. The handgun tried to wrench itself from her grip, but she holds on to it.

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Upon a closer look, possibly this revolver was squeezed down on hard by the shooter after the first shot was fired single action style with hammer cocked back. This may have triggered a quick double action shot.

What ever happened in this case, luckily no one was injured.

Is This a Full Auto Smith & Wesson .500 Magnum Revolver? [VIDEO]