I wonder if there is something that can be done to keep those from being sold or if there might be a state restriction on that model or brand that could be established. I would hate to see someone lose an eye or worse. That thing is so small I am afraid some parent may let the little ones try to fire it and then have that happen.
Often you get what you pay for and that can be dangerous when buying a firearm. Don't buy the cheapest you can get buy the very best you can afford. Your life and those of your loved ones may depend on it.
She is posting on several other forums N she said that the gun was not even hers, N the ammo was off the shelf, n that several others had shot the gun first so she asked if she could, N on the second round is when it came apart.
Not sure what that bit of information contributes to the story, but in either event, the gun is still a POS. She's lucky to be alive.