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Discussion in 'The Club House' started by Shihan, Mar 7, 2010.
We have a problem here.
you save ammo that way
Lmao! wow the mag is in backwards, thats great LEO training...
I don't understand your post. It looks like the officer is addressing a threat that is not in the picture. Am I wrong? Maybe I am missing something?
How do you jam the mag in backwards and chamber a round??
YGBFSM! Can you find the story where that dumb-*** was relieved of her duties?
Experts arn't they!
At least her trigger finger is where it should be And did anyone forward this her Chief's e-mail?
With the magazine inserted that way, the rifle is more aerodynamic. Thus much more high speed, low drag.
Or... Maybe it was such a long standoff that the magazine became flaccid.
Flaccid? There's no excuse for that.
This is just more evidence that just because your job requires you to carry a gun, doesn't mean your qualified to carry one. She had to jamb the sh!t out of that thing to get it to stay in there.
Holy crap! How did I miss that?
She can be eliminated as a cause for his injuries.What an alibi!
That's one way to avoid a negligent discharge.
Not to break up the storm of criticism here, but it looks like a bit of a shoop to me, something funky about the angle. Can an AR mag even lock in backwards? I don't know a thing about rifles.
She must have jammed it in pretty hard, as someone already said.
For example, police here get only to fire their sidearm twice a year (at a re-qualifying indoor shoot), so unless they have to use their weapon 'on the job' there's no real room for practice. A civillian competition shooter would be infinately more practiced - unless the LEO is also one of these in their spare time.
I guess that US law enforcement would have the chance to get out to a range a lot more. However, this seems like way too fundemental an error for simple lack of practice to be involved...
If you look at the picture and where I have placed the blue arrow. It looks to me like part of her arm is missing. As there should be some of her arm showing in front of the mag and mag well. From that and the angle of the mag in the gun I am going to call photoshop on this one.
I Firmly believe that this is a photoshop and I will stand by my analysis of the photo in question.
You invoked "Bob."
Now I've got that stupid Enzyte theme as an earworm.....
Looks like a photo op kind of deal. Standoff already over when the media got close enough to get the shot. Renenacted for the camera. Besides, this is over a year old.