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“He was trying to place it back in the holster and somehow hit the slide release or the safety and it actually went off,” Guadalupe County Sgt. Donny White said.
unfortunately for this misinformed LEO, neither the slide stop nor thumb safety are capable of discharging a firearm. but it does to some extent illustrate why i carry a TDA. thumb over hammer, impossible to ND while going in a holster, i no longer worry having my 92 pointed right at my junk.
What’s the saying? A bad day at the range..."The man was conscious, alert, talking with deputies and in good spirits before he was taken by Seguin EMS to San Antonio Military Medical Center, the sergeant said."
I scanned the entire article and could not find anything stating "The father of six"...
No thanks.On the bright side, a 9mm round is waaaay cheaper than a vasectomy...
Appendix carry is fine, you just have to be good. You can't be a moron and appendix carry.
Appendix carry by its nature and orientation necessarily results in very unfortunate shot placement when people make mistakes.......shot placements via other orientations/placement of holsters dont result in nuetering......just saying
it never ceases to amaze the crazy sh*t I see at the range. I was at the club this past Friday and there was a guy there shooting with his wife.
Some Ruger .45 that looked about 20 years old.
He must've shot around 200 rounds with it, popped the mag with the HP's in it and stuck it in the small of his back in his pants ....no holster. WTF?????
I can't help but think , this guy is an accident waiting to happen.
It's just a pro/con like anything else. I like it because it's comfy enough while sitting and highly concealable. Plus my gun is always in front and I can draw faster