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Well my Kahr just passed my own "drop test" ....

Discussion in 'General Gun Discussions' started by Tim Currie, Jan 11, 2003.

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  1. Tim Currie

    Tim Currie Member

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    Coming in from work and walking up to my door with the gun in holster and just in pocket (it stays in car while at work) and the damn thing slipped out and fell on to the walk way. :uhoh:

    Will be more careful from now on. :) Good thing the safeties work well though.
     
  2. 4thHorseman

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    Ouch! What kind of gun was it? Did it mess it up pretty bad?
     
  3. COHIBA

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    i was jumping up and down trying to get mud of my boos one time and my G30 popped out went head high and landed square in the rear sight. no worse for the wear.
     
  4. Tim Currie

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    Naw its cool I think it landed on the holster. No marks that I can see.
     
  5. New_comer

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    How do we classify that? Negligent or accidental?:neener: :evil: ;)
     
  6. Kahr carrier

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    I call it lucky it landed on holster .:)
     
  7. Kentucky Rifle

    Kentucky Rifle Member In Memoriam

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    I've dropped my Glock 27 TWICE on the bedroom carpet...

    ..trying to take my jeans off while standing up. My foot gets cought in the crotch of my jeans and I go hoping across the floor until my Glock falls out of it's holster. I never make a grab for it before it hits the floor. I'd pull that trigger sure as anything! So I just watch it fall. Then my wife says: "That wouldn't happen if you sat on the edge of the bed and took your pants off, you old fa##"! She thinks she knows SOOooo much.

    :rolleyes:
    KR
     
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  9. 4v50 Gary

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    Maybe the wife has a point KR. But hey, we're guys, we do things our way. :D
     
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    I deliberately tossed my HK91 on the floor after I bought it, as I was afraid that I'd be too ginger with it due to the insane price I'd paid.

    Of course, it was pretty much symbolic, as the floor was carpeted and all... ;) :D
     
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