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Uh, I don't know if I'm buying that one. Being shot in the thigh w/ a .40 cal can be serious. I know a guy that guy shot in the line of duty w/ a .40 and he will never be the same again. And maybe I'm wrong, but I would hope that DEA agents are more well spoken than that. "I got these guns"
That and everyone, I mean EVERYONE in law enforcement knows not to put your finger inside the trigger guard ESPECIALLY when around children. Plus the fact that he so non-chalantly wanted the rifle really seemed like he wanted to make a point.
Another thing. Once at the range this guy (about like him I suppose) was cleaning his gun and it went off. Everybody's ears started ringing and people were jumping back and ducking. No one in the room even reacted like that. Watch the guy one the front row in the blue shirt, he barely flinched. If you have been in a small room like that and heard a .40 go off and you ARE NOT used to hearing guns w/ no hearing protection you know what I mean. Plus, no one started leaving/crying.
But, there is the news story and he did say, "I had a AD", which is an 'accidental discharge'. :scratch:
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