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Shot in hand Video

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    What was that? Didn't look like he was doing anything wrong.
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    Ouch! He let go of the front grip and got his hand shot.

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    I guess I just don't see it...it looked more like his hand got caught in the slide.

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    Watched that one yesterday, he has a little bit of trouble with that Glock 18.

    When his hand heals, he needs to work on his grip.

    Right about second 36.
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    Quote Originally Posted by bandit383 View Post
    I guess I just don't see it...it looked more like his hand got caught in the slide.

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    I agree..his hand looked to good.
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    Looks like that POS front grip thing slipped off the rail as he was shooting (it's laying on the floor after the hand shoot). Why anyone would need a front grip handle on that Glock is beyond me. Seems like the tension of a push-pull grip would make that accident a bit too predictable.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Ranger View Post
    Looks like that POS front grip thing slipped off the rail as he was shooting (it's laying on the floor after the hand shoot). Why anyone would need a front grip handle on that Glock is beyond me. Seems like the tension of a push-pull grip would make that accident a bit too predictable.
    Yep. Looked to me like a double tap. He shoots once and the grip comes off and it somehow causes him to shoot again into his now flailing hand. OUCH!
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    Quote Originally Posted by atctimmy View Post
    Yep. Looked to me like a double tap. He shoots once and the grip comes off and it somehow causes him to shoot again into his now flailing hand. OUCH!
    It's a glock 18, it's full auto, not really a double tap Timmy.

    If you look at the end you can see the hole in the top of his hand between the thumb and pointer finger.
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    I've seen this before. I think he was using his weak hand as support under the barrel in front of the trigger housing.

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    Quote Originally Posted by buckeyeLCPL View Post
    It's a glock 18, it's full auto, not really a double tap Timmy.

    If you look at the end you can see the hole in the top of his hand between the thumb and pointer finger.
    Yup watched it again.
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    What I noticed was him lasing the line as he turned around, and it appears the finger was still on the trigger....

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    They had a grip attached to the picatinny rail underneath and you can see it laying on the ground after he shoots his hand
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    Didn't look to bad, still unfortunate

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