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BAD Guys don't practice trigger control

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    BAD Guys don't practice trigger control

    Gun goes off during Cricket Store robbery

    A man armed with a handgun robbed a Cricket Store in Phoenix, firing his weapon apparently by accident when he dropped the money he took, authorities said.

    After obtaining an undisclosed amount of cash, he dropped the money and apparently fired his handgun by accident when he went to pick up the cash. He grabbed the money and ran out through the back door. Nobody was injured.


    Negligent discharge -- this guy is armed and dangerous.


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    Makes you wonder how he managed to not shoot himself in the foot.
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    Too bad he didn't fire it as he was stuffing it back in his pants...
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    What! No liberal media crying out "it was the guns fault?"
    Oh, I'm sorry... that would've only happened if someone would have been shot!
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    OK, at least we have a discription...

    "He was described as a Black man between the ages of 20 to 25 years old, 6-foot-1-inches tall and between 170 to 180 pounds. He has a goatee and was last seen wearing a black hooded hat with blue jogging pants."

    He should be EASY to find.
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    An example of the grab reflex, particularly under stress.

    When you go to grab something with one hand, there is a tendency for the other to contract as well. If your finger is on the trigger, and you have a light trigger pull.....

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    See why only military and law enforcement should have guns?

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    BAD Guys don't practice trigger control
    I wouldn't want to bet my life on that, but at least this one seems to need a bit more training. Where he's going, he just might get it.
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