This was no news story. However some editor thought this was somehow newsworthy. Okay it could hazard if the wrong person found the item. Anyone please tell me how it any worse than someone leaving keys in a 3000 pound automobile that the wrong person may drive away? Here nothing happened but some Associated Press newsbunny’s imagination ran away with the possibilities here. The moral of this story may be that Glock 21 is a poor substitute for toilet paper. My suggestion is your newspaper may work better for that purpose!
Who is the brain dead dope that called the media about this?
Had some kid swiped a car with keys left in it, crashed and sent people to the hospital the story would have gotten less ink than this one.
That truly was a non-story with the sole purpose of frightening people and demonizing firearms.
Wow...must have been a real slow news day. Talk about grasping at straws...a true case of the ignorant trying to spook the sheeple into stampeding over a non-issue, other than the fact that the security guard should maybe reconsider what he ate for lunch, or get a retention holster...there are quite a few out there...
Oh my God, not the dreaded "gun left behind on the toilet" case? Call the FBI, the BATF, Homeland Security. This surely has to be another plot by A/Q. What next? I'm leaving the country before it gets worse. Better castrate the bastard that MADE A MISTAKE! Friggin liberals.
I know that gun said Eugene Pincham. It's the one the police put in my clients hands after they kilt him.
My bathroom gun is a Mossberg 500 12 guage with pistol grip, surefire forearm light, and 5 rounds of 00 Buck in the tube hanging by the trigger guard from a hook on the back of the bathroom door.
Come on now, that gun in the holster gets heavy. When you need to sit on the toilet that gun comes out and sits on the basin. Don't tell me you guys haven't done that before.
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