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Old 08-11-2012, 05:58 AM   #41
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Ive dropped my 1911 one time, it was a day that i had it in my center console and wasnt wearing it. I had it holstered in my hand along with some groceries, i had just walked inside the house and as i was setting down the sacks i lost grip and gun hit the floor. It was on carpet and nothing was scratched or damaged, but just the sound of it hitting the floor made me sick to my stomache.

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Old 08-11-2012, 06:09 AM   #42
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This is a true story I'm about to tell y'all.

Well one day my uncle use to work at a car stereo shop building woofers boxes and doing installs.

So he gets tired and decide he wants to head home early. Well he kelt an ak47 in his trunk

( because in the early 90's someone pull up on side of him on the highway and started shooting at him. He also had a glock 17 gen 1).

So he stop by a store and got a couple of items his wife requested. Finally made it home and took the item in the house then came back for his ak.

Well he set it on his trunk. It slided off and hit the ground and started firing at him, shot everything in the mag. He ran, jumping on cars tryna get away from it.

When it stop he had hole's in his garage door,side of his car, neighbor car lol but not one bullet touch him

Sold it the next day
Reminds me of that scene in corky romano
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Old 08-11-2012, 06:45 AM   #43
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I did accidentally put a little ding in one of my guns. It absolutely broke my heart. This thread brought up a painful reminder. *cry*

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Old 08-11-2012, 08:10 AM   #44
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You know maybe I shouldnt have said that. Too late haha well crap happen well don't act like y'all didnt enjoy the story..... roll eyes back

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Dropped my 1911 once a couple years ago on the lanolium in kitchen while practicing my draw (not loaded of coarse) with new holster. Nobody saw it happen, but I still felt like a shmuck!! I didn't like the feeling that's for sure, so I make sure I have a propper purchase on my weapon now when I practice my draw. I would die if I scuffed up my gun because I dropped it. They are too expensive for that crap

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Nope never dropped a gun but I once lost my gun which is more painful.

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I was on a trip with my wife, she was driving, and to get more comfortable I had taken my pistol out of its holster and placed it under my leg. When we stopped for gas,I forgot it was there and went to get out and it hit the pavement, didn't even put a scratch on it.

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Nope never dropped a gun but I once lost my gun which is more painful.
Did ya find it...cause yeah that is worse...LOL
Oh yeah and I have had my rifle slip off a tree once or twice while hunting but that's a soft landing
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Quite a few times over my life time…..less as an adult but my guns are companions and around here you don’t go anywhere without one so it’s not like carrying them from the truck to the range bench or practicing draws in the kitchen but more like if one were to drop a tool, don’t like to do it but it happens, some guns I don’t care, others I’ve cringed but when you are hiking steep terrain, hunting , crossing creeks sometimes they take some abuse. One of the worst ding I’ve taken on a gun was never dropped but still slung to my back after I took a tumble lol

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I have a friend who knocked a North American Arms 22 mag off of a table. It went off, and he was shot in the leg. It passed thru his leg, I don't k ow where the round ended up.

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