And points it at a co-worker. I don't care how many years Hannity has been handling firearms. If he pointed it at someone, he violated one of the prime rules of firearm safety. There is no other way of describing the act of pointing a firearm at another human being. The fact that this happened in the workplace simply compounds the egregious nature of Hannity's behavior. There was nothing "professional" or "safe" about this. Fox isn't even denying the story. Which apparently made Juan Williams (the person Hannity pointed the gun at) uncomfortable. The incident was reported to Fox Human Resources and Legal; which responded by not even giving Hannity a slap on the wrist. If you want to know what I find so unpleasant about gun culture in this country - it's incidents like this.