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Discussion in 'General Gun Discussions' started by nswtex, Apr 30, 2006.

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  1. nswtex

    nswtex Member

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    Demonstrates neat little flashlight thing for the camera.

    I pulled this off an old episode of Cops I saw on T.V. today, they were in the breifing room preparing for something when the officer decided to show the cameraman how a flashlight works. I guess working on a show like this you would have to keep your insurance up to date.
     

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    No worries...he's a trained professional, I'm sure.:rolleyes: What a maroon.
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    There is always the remote possibility that he checked and cleared his firearm before doing this. After all there are some cops who know how to.
     
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    Just as well he pressed the correct button - man, I hate seeing guns pointed at me
     
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    The gun is always loaded. I don't care if he checked chamber several times, that is just irresponsible. He couldn't have found a mirror?

    Now just maybe he is pointing it at just a camera and not a person but I doubt it.
     
  6. nswtex

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    If I had been able to pull video you would see that the camera is being toted around by a camera guy, the camera was scanning the room and plainly being carried before stopping to look at this rocket scientist, probably out of panic.
     
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    Officer: I'm the only one here professional enough to handle this hi-tech weaponlight.

    Cameraman: Ahhhh My eyes! Turn it off!
     
  8. nswtex

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    ROTFLMAO :D
     
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    Who wants to volunteer to find out if this guy's one of 'em? :uhoh:
     
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    If the pistol was cleared why not lock
    the slide back.
     
  11. 648E

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    Because it's an MP-5.
     

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    Thanks,i couldn't tell from the pics.
     
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    At least it wasn't this way.
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    Familiarity breeds complacency.
     
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    "Here is how a police flashlight works,please forgive me if I blow your head off."
     
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