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  • #16
    I hear almost every accidental discharge with the Glock is the user failing to REMOVE THE SOURCE OF AMMUNITION before removing the last round from the chamber. In essence they are chambering another round then removing the magazine. Now when you do pull the trigger to disengage the slide you fire the round that was left in the chamber.
    Lucky for those sitting around him that they weren't hit by this "accidental" discharge.

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    • #17
      Originally posted by Glockarmorer:
      Oops is right! Like I always say, the FBI should stick to bean counting and let the real cops do the hands-on stuff! Heheheh...flame on!!

      G.A.

      seriously, the cop on the beat has often a better head on his shoulders than some of the much touted agencies that have an over inflated sense of their own importance...
      and do a better job..
      but then, they have accountability to the community, and the fbi does not...

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      • #18
        Originally posted by copitsweet:
        A little journalistic licence.

        At your post copit!!!

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        • #19
          The NEGLIGENT discharge has nothing to do with the Glock. It is drummed into our heads to make the weapon safe before doing anything else after discharging at the range. Obviously this lucky fellow failed to do so. Hell, we're not allowed to have a loaded weapon on our range grounds at all unless we are standing on the firing line and preparing for an exercise.
          Stupidity and negligence will get you hurt all the time.
          "The streets of Philadelphia are safe...it's the people that make them unsafe"---Frank Rizzo
          http://hometown.aol.com/ppd9886/PhillyCopSpot.html

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          • #20
            Sounds like he's a better shot than Lon Horiuchi...
            D'oh!!!!!!

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