Double Fail: Gun in Flt Attendant's Handbag Fired by LEO

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Double Fail: Gun in Flt Attendant's Handbag Fired by LEO

Postby Excaliber » Mon Sep 24, 2012 5:15 am

There's no limit to the bad things that can happen when two complete idiots come together, as they did here.

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Re: Double Fail: Gun in Flt Attendant's Handbag Fired by LEO

Postby Laneman » Mon Sep 24, 2012 5:26 am

I shot an Airweight .38, the trigger pull was so hard it seems impossible to have an accidental discharge. On most models there is no exposed hammer. I bet any money the idiot had his finger on the trigger while trying to open the cylinder. Usually guys like him also have it pointed at someone while messing with it, so that's the real surprise here.

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Re: Double Fail: Gun in Flt Attendant's Handbag Fired by LEO

Postby Teamless » Mon Sep 24, 2012 5:53 am

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