Saw something interesting on TV

Saw something interesting on TV

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    Saw something interesting on TV

    I was watching "most daring" on TV. For those of you have never seen it,it is a reality show with lots of police chases,robberies,etc. Anyway the one I watched the other night caught my eye on one particular scene. The police were chasing these armed robbers. The chase ended with the cop smashing the rear door open and jumping out of his patrol car gun drawn. Now here is the part that caught my eye. I look at his gun (which appeared to be a glock) and he has what looked like a 29-33 round mag in it! I can only guess he put that in right before the chase ended with the anticipation of a shoot out? Anyone ever seen anything like this? Any Leo on here do this? I just found it interesting.
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    Haha, sweet. He must not have a shotgun mounted in the front.
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    I used to know a Portsmouth, VA LEO that carried his Glock with an extended mag. If you know Portsmouth, you know why.
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    ""I used to know a Portsmouth, VA LEO that carried his Glock with an extended mag. If you know Portsmouth, you know why.""


    I was in Portsmouth and Crescent Beach for awhile back in the 60's..
    Know what you mean...LOL
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    I lived in Newport News for a while and could see the need for such a thing.
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    Quote Originally Posted by paramedic70002 View Post
    I used to know a Portsmouth, VA LEO that carried his Glock with an extended mag. If you know Portsmouth, you know why.
    Portsmouth was the reason I even got a CCW in the first place!

    I have only ever seen LEOs with extended glock mag in their guns whilst at the range.
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