I was in a class to get my CC after I retired and moved to this state. The instructor fumbled his gun and it dropped on the floor while giving his sermon. He was about as old and shaky as I am now. Once years ago in my working days when we had to re qualify every year at the sheriffs range the range deputy spotted a guy who`s revolver was cocked in his holster! He told the guy to freeze and not move. Walked over and uncocked the guys gun! Once I was working I think 12 hours or a double shift. We would give our company owned revolver`s to our reliefs. I owned many single action`s plus double action revolvers and COULD have been out shooting the prior day, I dont know. But in a off moment I started to pull my revolver out to give my relief and instantly realized I had cocked it, a DA Colt OP in my holster! The room was full of guards. I stopped myself, said wait a minuet, I got to get rid of my chew. I stepped out of the shack out of sight, spit and uncocked the gun. No one was the wiser but it did shake me up. Never done it before or since and at THAT time I already had about 25 or 30 years on the job!!