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This is a discussion on Accidental Discharge within the Concealed Carry Discussion forums, part of the Main Category category; Has anyone ever had a Ruger LCP discharge without intending it to? Dropping it or otherwise? Thanks very much....

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    Has anyone ever had a Ruger LCP discharge without intending it to? Dropping it or otherwise?

    Thanks very much.

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    Funny you asked that . Today my daughter thought to wake me up by freaking me out would be good . My lcp flew across the room into my dresser loaded . Didn't go off. I mean slammed into it

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    How old is your daughter and have you trained her at all about weapons.
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    Quote Originally Posted by justxboxin View Post
    Funny you asked that . Today my daughter thought to wake me up by freaking me out would be good . My lcp flew across the room into my dresser loaded . Didn't go off. I mean slammed into it
    Please tell us this didn't happen, or at least tell us that your daughter is over 18, knows how to handle a handgun and the gun was un-loaded. If any of those three basic gun handling safety requirements are missing.....then you are a moron! Even if she was over 18, knows how to handle a gun and it was un-loaded, there is some idiocy that needs to be addressed. Guns are not practical joke props.
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    I should have wrote that better I guess ... My lcp was on the covers next to me . She came in my room screaming at me to scare me .. The gun flew across the room into my dresser . It was loaded idk what good a unloaded firearm is . And yes she knows firearm safety

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    perhaps it's time just boxin to speak to your daughter about crying wolf !and discuss if a real emergency were to happen what she and the rest of the family should do and have even a plan b and c in place in case of a real home invasion and perhaps go through the drill even to instill your protection procedure, and perhaps don't sleep with a loaded gun on your bed covers but rather somewhere safe and reachable

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    Quote Originally Posted by eagleeyes View Post
    perhaps it's time just boxin to speak to your daughter about crying wolf !and discuss if a real emergency were to happen what she and the rest of the family should do and have even a plan b and c in place in case of a real home invasion and perhaps go through the drill even to instill your protection procedure, and perhaps don't sleep with a loaded gun on your bed covers but rather somewhere safe and reachable

    be safe
    I completely understand . First thought was wow that didn't go off . Second thought your in trouble for screaming waking me up lol

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    Quote Originally Posted by justxboxin View Post
    Funny you asked that . Today my daughter thought to wake me up by freaking me out would be good . My lcp flew across the room into my dresser loaded . Didn't go off. I mean slammed into it
    I don't mean to sound like a jerk, but this post makes me ~SMFH~.
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    People, please don't sleep with your gun on the bed next to you. At least put it in a drawer or lock box under the bed. And get an alarm system or dog if you're that paranoid.
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    Quote Originally Posted by justxboxin View Post
    I should have wrote that better I guess ... My lcp was on the covers next to me . She came in my room screaming at me to scare me .. The gun flew across the room into my dresser . It was loaded idk what good a unloaded firearm is . And yes she knows firearm safety
    Maybe going forward you will keep it on your nightstand or on the dresser? just a thought.

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