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    good thing it was only the toilet that he destroyed. now that must have been embarrassing.
    You can have my freedom as soon as I'm done with it!!!

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  3. #12
    You reckon he had to go again afterwords?

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    No, I believe he cleared his system before all the ceramic settled. Having a gun go off between your legs might have that effect

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    People often have heart issues after the vagus nerve is stimulated, by the way that is what happens when you forcibly eject fecal matter. What I'm saying is she had the s&*t scared out of her.

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    It wasn't long ago a commercial airline pilot blew a hole through the cockpit wall unloading his .40 S&W because the stupid law says they're not allowed to carry on the ground or something like that. Who the heck dreams these laws up? ya ya I know. Liberals who've never held a gun.
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  7. #16
    The news only gets a portion of these stories correct. Of course, this could have been this guy's story he told police. I think it's more likely he was doing something stupid in the bathroom with his gun when he NDd it into the toilet. I don't think we'll ever know the real story.

    Regardless of what happened, this kind of thing doesn't look good for the rest of us.
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    Quote Originally Posted by OldOwl View Post
    It wasn't long ago a commercial airline pilot blew a hole through the cockpit wall unloading his .40 S&W because the stupid law says they're not allowed to carry on the ground or something like that. Who the heck dreams these laws up? ya ya I know. Liberals who've never held a gun.
    The incident happened about a year ago. Pilot's gun discharges on US Airways flight 7:19 AM | WCNC.com | Local News for Charlotte, North Carolina | Top Stories The round went through the floor of the cockpit. I wasn't able to locate the story online, but as I recall, further investigation determined that the incident probably occurred due to improperly securing the pistol while the plane was making the final approach to land. The holster used to secure the firearm was either this model or something similar.

    The padlock somehow got in front of the trigger, which caused the ND.

    If there was another incident that you were thinking about, Let me know and I'll see if I can find it.



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