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    Quote Originally Posted by Keykutter View Post

    "Something must of hit the primer of one of the bullets," Bentley said.......You can tell this reporter did not do well in English class. "must of"????? WTF

    KK
    The reporter was quoting the police chief. Apparently, the police chief failed english.

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    How many of you have dropped a round on the ground while at the range? I've done it plenty of times. A friend of mine dropped a round on gravel at the range and the cartridge landed primer side down and discharged. Funniest thing I had ever seen was he and three other guys jumping in the air. (before anyone asks, no, no one was injured)

    Goes to show you, freaky things can happen.
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    [QUOTE=NavyLCDR:321882]
    Quote Originally Posted by SGB View Post

    What the heck were you doing carrying around a "AA" battery in your pocket?!?
    It's not a AA battery, and it is really good to see you!
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    I have to call ******** on this one. There is no verification listed, no name of the victim, no police report mentioned. Someone has 2or 3 loose bullets in their purse without being aware of them and these just happened to spontaneously blow up? The reporter says it is "nearly unbelievable" - I disagree. Without any substantiation I find it completely unbelievable. This sounds like just the kind of stories that the media likes to spread around as a way to justify infringing on gun rights. Since the "injury" was the result of a bullet casing, it would have to have a police report filed. I think a quick check of Montoursville police reports would quickly answer the question.

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    Quote Originally Posted by NavyLCDR:321882

    It's not a AA battery, and it is really good to see you!
    AA battery??? Bragging huh? :):):)

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    Did I read this right? "Honest officer, I didn't know my purse was loaded." :)
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    Quote Originally Posted by Keykutter View Post
    You're showing your age. Fulminate of Mercury has not been used in primers for a long, long time.

    "Something must of hit the primer of one of the bullets," Bentley said.......You can tell this reporter did not do well in English class. "must of"????? WTF

    KK
    The reporter was quoting the Deputy Police Chief. "Must of" is used in various places around the country, though as often as not it ends up being "musta", which I am occasionally guilty of.
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    Always know where your ammo is, like knowing where your kids are at all times... Oh wait.

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    "must of" aka, must have, aka musta
    heheh it's all good
    gun control is being able to hit your target

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