After some irrelevant check in a nearby village in 1992, they stopped for a coffee, before returning to their military position on the hill. Discussing on ability to react accordingly to eventual sudden life danger caused by the enemy, they ended up testing their speed in cocking the unloaded guns. They didn’t really understand what happened; there was no explanation for the bullet that just hit his stomach, injuring him to death. It was said that damage wouldn’t be that devastating had the bullet not lost the speed and changed its trajectory by passing first through the arm he was holding in front.


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