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    " It's another case of a gun that belonged to a concealed-carry permit holder going off in public."

    " It's the second time in just a couple of months that a concealed weapon permit holder's gun has misfired in a public restaurant."

    ...Man, is it just me, or are they REALLY trying to lap the reader in the face with the fact that it was a CFP holder. geez..

    "The state will investigate and decide if the man will get to keep his permit or if it will be suspended or revoked." -OUCH!

    http://www.ksl.com/?nid=148&sid=5827833

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    hmm, you mean the mandatory state training does not make these people better than anyone?

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    I do believe you missed my point.

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    :celebrate

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    I got the point. The state should include in its training guidelines that one should not scratch his nuts through the trigger guard of a pistol.

    And KSL used that "accidental" word again. Pure negligence, guns do not "go off".
    "An armed society is a polite society. Manners are good when one may have to back up his acts with his life." Robert A. Heinlein

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    Maybe I did miss your point, I was in a bad mood earlier.

    I agree with you, morons are morons.

    (note to self, think before posting. especially when in a bad mood.)

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    Why don't they ever point out that there are NO nd's with OC'ing?
    It just can't happen, the same retension devices we use to keep the
    gun in the holster, and away from the bad guys, also keeps the gun
    from running off and shooting itself.

    Why don't the press ever ambush the trainers about thier outstanding students?
    I would love to have seen Paxlico instuctor questioned about his student.





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    thoughtpolice wrote:
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    hmm, you mean the mandatory state training does not make these people better than anyone?
    Morons are morons, no matter what the training. YOU should know that.
    So far bro-

    i have only ever heard, form the media, of CFPers having the Accidental Discharges. Care to share any experiences you may have had?

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    thoughtpolice wrote:
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    i have only ever heard, form the media, of CFPers having the Accidental Discharges. Care to share any experiences you may have had?
    I plead the fifth, you son of a monkeys ass!:P
    Lol!!!!



    You clearly missed me...

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    thoughtpolice wrote:
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    i have only ever heard, form the media, of CFPers having the Accidental Discharges. Care to share any experiences you may have had?
    I plead the fifth, you son of a monkeys ass!:P
    oooOOOOOOHHH SNAP!!!

    Care to share something with the group, guys?!?!?
    "An armed society is a polite society. Manners are good when one may have to back up his acts with his life." Robert A. Heinlein

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    SGT Jensen wrote:
    thoughtpolice wrote:
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    i have only ever heard, form the media, of CFPers having the Accidental Discharges. Care to share any experiences you may have had?
    I plead the fifth, you son of a monkeys ass!:P
    oooOOOOOOHHH SNAP!!!

    Care to share something with the group, guys?!?!?
    Lol! I know what they're talking about... :shock:

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    thoughtpolice wrote:
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    Lol!!!!
    You clearly missed me...
    Bout time you came back, its been boring with the SGT telling me how wrong I am about everything and THX asserting his small man syndrome on me. :P
    You're never wrong, just misunderstood. Kinda like cold sores...

    EDITED FOR THE GRAMMAR POLICE!


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    thoughtpolice wrote:
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    oooOOOOOOHHH SNAP!!!

    Care to share something with the group, guys?!?!?
    ...I never got drunk and pissed on my wife, right? Or was it JUST the microwave 9mm?
    Son of a...
    ..just the microwave dude: I'm not R. Kelly!

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    Holy sheepschnit! It's threads like this one that make me appreciate thoughtpolice's contributions! You and 9MM, kee up the "*******" contest! :celebrate

    Since TP revealed his "ND" story, I think it is only appropriate that we all share our "emarassing gun stories". Here's mine.

    WhenI was 11, my grandfather passed away. He had a decent gun collection, and left a few of them to myself and my older brother. We kept them all in a gun cabinet in my mom's room, which I had access to.

    We had always had long guns in the home, but never a pistol. One of the arms he left my brother was an old Colt .22 pistol. When I was a tween, I was getting my shotgun out to shoot some clays, and saw my brother's pistol there in the cabinet.

    I was alone, and probably did the same thing the kid in Provo did this week. I inserted the magazine, racked the slide, and took the mag out. I was curious about the operation of the handgun, since I had never held one before.

    I forgot thatI had loaded a round into the chamber, but luckily I was alone and hadremembered the safety rules. I pointed the pistol down, in the direction of my mom's bed, andpulled the trigger to drop the hammer back to its unladed position.

    I put a .22lr through my mom's bed at point blank range! The comforted even had powder burns on it! The round traveled through the matress and box spring, and through the sub floor of our home into the crawl space below.

    The same cannot be said for somebody's 9MM, which got stuck in the wood frameof the box spring matress. That person may choose to identify him or herself later, or you can search for the answer for now.

    Anyways, the comforter was a flowery pattern, and hid the powder burn rather well after cleaning. I am not sure if my mom ever found the holes in her covers, sheets, matress, floor, et al.

    So, which one of you narcs is gonna tell my mommy on me?
    "An armed society is a polite society. Manners are good when one may have to back up his acts with his life." Robert A. Heinlein

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    SGT Jensen wrote:
    ...I think it is only appropriate that we all share our "embarrassing gun stories".
    Never had an AD, hope i never do. Only embarrassing thing ever to happen to me and a gun would be dropping an empty mag in the mud...so yea...

    ...gun safety ppl.

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    thoughtpolice wrote:
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    ...I think it is only appropriate that we all share our "embarrassing gun stories".
    Never had an AD, hope i never do. Only embarrassing thing ever to happen to me and a gun would be dropping an empty mag in the mud...so yea...

    ...gun safety ppl.
    By the way 9mm, I was OCing during my AD. Guess the high primercouldnt differentiate between CC andOC. :P
    Since (expletive) when have you ever OCed??

    AND where you forced at gunpoint to do it? Im confused...

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    What kind of gun was it?

    What safety features does this gun have? No manual safety? Long heavy trigger pull?


    My guess is its a KelTec P-9.

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