I never really paid attention to the amount of detail crafted into a handgun, until these final moments. The shiny bends, thin trigger and tiny scratches left behind by the bullet in the barrel. A gun is viewed as a... "simplistic object" at times. Pull the trigger and somebody dies. There's loads more to it than that. Loading a clip, loading a gun, taking safety off, aiming and knowing exactly where to shoot your victim. A gun was the first out of three things that killed me.
"Please! You don't-" BLAM!
The noise a gun makes when fired. There's a long ringing sound that fills your ears with pain.