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Old 08-10-2012, 11:14 PM   #1
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Lmao I drop my glock twice but no damage to it. Matter of fact I drop most of my guns.

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Old 08-10-2012, 11:31 PM   #2
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I hope they dont have a hair trigger and loaded.

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I have a tendency to drop empty magazines. Don't think I've ever dropped a handgun. I've had my bp rifle fall over after being laid against a tree multiple times.

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I hope they dont have a hair trigger and loaded.
Oh naw I don't do anything special to my guns. When I drop my glock, I was tryna use the ****ter lol. I was in uniform at shell gas station. If you unloose your belt while your gun is holster, pant fall straight down. So I set it on the tissue box and knock it off.
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When I watch a western movie and the sheriff says to drop your weapons, the cowboys just toss their guns to the ground. I would never just toss my guns to the ground, but slowly ease them to the ground to avoid damage.

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Only once. Had taken my shower & ready for bed when I decided to go outside for a smoke. Slipped on some trousers, but no belt & just stuck it in my waistband. Hadn't no more than got out onto the concrete & it slipped out!

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Nope, never dropped a pistol. Except that one time putting my Kimber in the safe! Unloaded of course, not even a scratch on it.

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When I watch a western movie and the sheriff says to drop your weapons, the cowboys just toss their guns to the ground. I would never just toss my guns to the ground, but slowly ease them to the ground to avoid damage.
Me too on that note
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Dropped a hunting rifle before. Not so much dropped as it fell over when leaned against the tree.

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Dropped a hunting rifle before. Not so much dropped as it fell over when leaned against the tree.
HAHAHA what if it would have went off and kill the deer for you?
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