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Plaxico Burress

Discussion in 'Legal' started by SHusky57, Dec 4, 2008.

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  1. SHusky57

    SHusky57 Member

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    http://cbs2.com/national/plaxico.burress.shot.2.876981.html

    I am sure everyone has heard the news.
    anyway, my 2 cents
    a) Glocks need holsters
    b) I prefer my firearms (other than DAO revolvers) to have safeties for this very reason
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    c) even with a CCW permit, you can't carry into establishments whose primary revenue is alcohol. Henessy and sprite is nice, Whiskey and Glock makes you get shot.... by yourself. :neener:
     
  2. kong1911

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    When I first heard this news, I told the wife that I would bet 100 bux he was carrying a glock. A glock in the pocket is about as safe as a 7 yr. old behind the wheel of my truck.....
     
  3. foghornl

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    Alcohol and gunpowder don't mix any better than alcohol & car keys...
     
  4. geronimo509

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    Additionally, he was wearing sweatpants, probably didnt tie them at the top and sure they were falling well below his hips. adding a glock in a sweatpants pocket is kinda funny. Again like Kong, except i told my brother, that it was probably a gun without a safety and he prolly just stuck it in his waistband. I was pretty close. both ways are equally dangerous.
     
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    Even my glocks don't go bang without me pulling the trigger. Are some of you experiencing something different? This event had little to do with a gun and a lot to do with an idiot in a bar. I wish natural selection worked better sometimes.
     
  6. Art Eatman

    Art Eatman Administrator Staff Member

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    If you want to talk about Glocks/safety/holsters, hey, you can find the proper forum.

    P.B.'s problems aren't THR problems.
     
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