Based on THIS article… What’s the ethical problem?
1. In this article, an employee of a New Mexico gun shop accidentally shot and wounded a customer in the back. Thankfully, the 65 year old customer was rushed to the hospital just in time. Copper Country Sporting Arms still hasn’t made a comment on the incident yet.
2. Guns are dangerous. However, I understand at this age that guns can be used just as well for good as evil. The ethical problem is simple. Everyone agrees that guns are dangerous, yet this store sells guns. When the customer is injured he is rushed to the hospital, but then what? Copper Country has no comment on the incident? How about an apology for one and addressing the problem head on? That would be the ethical thing to do in my opinion. Copper Country needs to own up to their mistakes.
3. There must must must be some safety procedures in place to make sure incidents like this don’t happen. It is a gun store so safety needs to be a higher priority. When incidents do happen don’t deny it. Things happen for a reason and I think now is a good time for Copper Country to make some changes for the better. More emphasis on safety and the quality of guns.