Could be...what if? It still is his responsibility, I would only load my own mag and so should anyone doing this, as well as having a partner the entire time observing and double checking. There is just to much at stake to gamble in any way.
I hope you're kidding. A firearm is always loaded unless you just checked it yourself. If you put it down, it's loaded again. If anyone else touches any part of it, it's loaded again.
Nobody said he had to change his underwear but otherwise he's fine. :wink:“We had an accidental discharge that should not have happened,” Rockwood Police Chief Danny Wright told 10News. “Nobody was ever in danger.”
Yes he did and now he is going to have to live with this the rest of his life. Not a good thing.The article says" No one was ever in danger. Really? I feel sorry for the cop but he screwed up.
Why wouldn't they just use a starter pistol if they only needed blanks?
Talk about setting yourself up for a problem, then fulfilling Murphy's law...
This would only work if they have EVERY officer involved in the exercise remove all guns and ammo prior to entering the trianing area, otherwise they still run the risk of loading the wrong mag into the gun.Why don't they just have a few modified guns on hand that will ONLY fire blanks? Paint them a bright color, and that way everyone can rest assured that a live round isn't ever gonna come out the muzzle.