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Old 10-09-2013, 06:13 AM   #61
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Im sorry guys I made have gave some wrong info about the death of eliot ness. I know I read somewhere he died from a ND but just now I read he died of a heart attack. So who really knows. Doesn't change the fact about safe gun handling though.
I love that. Whenever I'm talking about gun safety, I'm just going to pick some random historical figure and say he died of an ND.

"Keep your finger off the trigger. Julius Caesar died of an ND....oh, he didn't?...that doesn't change the fact about safe gun handling though."

Thanks for the laugh.
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Old 10-09-2013, 06:51 AM   #62
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As a Range Safety Officer, I am constantly on the lookout for anyone not following the first two of NRAs safety rules.

Muzzle always pointed in a safe direction and finger off the trigger until ready to shoot.

My personal feelings on Glocks are mixed. I presently own four Glocks. Have owned them about 22 years.

In a heated situation, it is a great gun to depend on, because they are inherently easy to shoot. This ease of use, is a two way street. Many people have experienced neglect discharge events, because they are so easy to shoot.

Own a Glock, or any handgun, get proper training from a certified handgun instructor. Your life, or someone you love, is at danger if you do not.
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Old 10-09-2013, 02:53 PM   #63
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I love that. Whenever I'm talking about gun safety, I'm just going to pick some random historical figure and say he died of an ND.

"Keep your finger off the trigger. Julius Caesar died of an ND....oh, he didn't?...that doesn't change the fact about safe gun handling though."

Thanks for the laugh.
Yeah whatever. I did read that before as it was false information. I was just correcting my post. Julius Caesar though, now that's funny, or not. Some people just can't help but to critique someone else's post or comments. Internet smart a****. Gotta love the internet.

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If I had "trigger safety" like my glock on my ar I wouldn't use the safety

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