It's the Gun's Fault !

Discussion in 'General Firearm Discussion' started by RicInOR, Jun 17, 2015.

  1. RicInOR

    RicInOR
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  2. OLDNEWBIE

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    Maybe the old gun had some features that let those officers get away with being careless like the safety and harder trigger pull but that's no excuse. Especially with LEOs!
    Headline should read,

    Poor Training Blamed For Rise In LA County Shootings
     
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  3. salmonriverjohn

    salmonriverjohn
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    I swear my kids fingers used to find their noses all by themselves, now I just find out it was their noses fault?
    Go finger,, I mean figure.
     
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    I've carried an M&P for the last 3 years (not an LEO). I've never had a negligent discharge. I've taken a defensive handgun course where we were constantly drawing and re-holstering live guns. Not a single ND. And, no one else in the group had one either.

    Seems to me the problem definitely lies with the cops, not the guns. I'll bet if you looked at other agencies around the country, you wouldn't find the same stats for the same gun.
     

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