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Guns In Battlefield 3 – Glock 17c Shooting Time

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  1. Maybe a warning label on future videos will suffice, or maybe one of those mythbuster style intros saying „don’t try this at home“?

  2. Maybe a warning label on future videos will suffice, or maybe one of those mythbuster style intros saying „don’t try this at home“?

  3. Maybe a warning label on future videos will suffice, or maybe one of those mythbuster style intros saying „don’t try this at home“?

  4. Maybe a warning label on future videos will suffice, or maybe one of those mythbuster style intros saying „don’t try this at home“?

  5. nice nice nice!
    I remember firing a glock the first time I went to the range. Man did that thing kick for a 9mm! The SIG 226 was SO much smoother. Would you say that glocks in general have a bit more kick that other 9mm’s?

  6. nice nice nice!
    I remember firing a glock the first time I went to the range. Man did that thing kick for a 9mm! The SIG 226 was SO much smoother. Would you say that glocks in general have a bit more kick that other 9mm’s?

  7. nice nice nice!
    I remember firing a glock the first time I went to the range. Man did that thing kick for a 9mm! The SIG 226 was SO much smoother. Would you say that glocks in general have a bit more kick that other 9mm’s?

  8. nice nice nice!
    I remember firing a glock the first time I went to the range. Man did that thing kick for a 9mm! The SIG 226 was SO much smoother. Would you say that glocks in general have a bit more kick that other 9mm’s?

  9. nice nice nice!
    I remember firing a glock the first time I went to the range. Man did that thing kick for a 9mm! The SIG 226 was SO much smoother. Would you say that glocks in general have a bit more kick that other 9mm’s?

  10. nice nice nice!
    I remember firing a glock the first time I went to the range. Man did that thing kick for a 9mm! The SIG 226 was SO much smoother. Would you say that glocks in general have a bit more kick that other 9mm’s?

  11. You’re right, Daskro, it’s not a 17c in game–if it were, you wouldn’t be able to run with a suppressor on it! The slots on top of the muzzle would make the suppressor pretty ineffective. 🙂

  12. You’re right, Daskro, it’s not a 17c in game–if it were, you wouldn’t be able to run with a suppressor on it! The slots on top of the muzzle would make the suppressor pretty ineffective. :)

  13. You’re right, Daskro, it’s not a 17c in game–if it were, you wouldn’t be able to run with a suppressor on it! The slots on top of the muzzle would make the suppressor pretty ineffective. 🙂

  14. You’re right, Daskro, it’s not a 17c in game–if it were, you wouldn’t be able to run with a suppressor on it! The slots on top of the muzzle would make the suppressor pretty ineffective. 🙂

  15. You’re right, Daskro, it’s not a 17c in game–if it were, you wouldn’t be able to run with a suppressor on it! The slots on top of the muzzle would make the suppressor pretty ineffective. 🙂

  16. You’re right, Daskro, it’s not a 17c in game–if it were, you wouldn’t be able to run with a suppressor on it! The slots on top of the muzzle would make the suppressor pretty ineffective. 🙂

  17. You’re right, Daskro, it’s not a 17c in game–if it were, you wouldn’t be able to run with a suppressor on it! The slots on top of the muzzle would make the suppressor pretty ineffective. 🙂

  18. You’re right, Daskro, it’s not a 17c in game–if it were, you wouldn’t be able to run with a suppressor on it! The slots on top of the muzzle would make the suppressor pretty ineffective. 🙂

  19. lol DICE has sooooo much invested into weapon research and then u come along 😉 I also love how they fit 200bullets in a stanag type mag :O

  20. lol DICE has sooooo much invested into weapon research and then u come along 😉 I also love how they fit 200bullets in a stanag type mag :O

  21. lol DICE has sooooo much invested into weapon research and then u come along 😉 I also love how they fit 200bullets in a stanag type mag :O

  22. lol DICE has sooooo much invested into weapon research and then u come along 😉 I also love how they fit 200bullets in a stanag type mag :O

  23. lol DICE has sooooo much invested into weapon research and then u come along 😉 I also love how they fit 200bullets in a stanag type mag :O

  24. lol DICE has sooooo much invested into weapon research and then u come along 😉 I also love how they fit 200bullets in a stanag type mag :O

  25. lol DICE has sooooo much invested into weapon research and then u come along 😉 I also love how they fit 200bullets in a stanag type mag :O

  26. lol DICE has sooooo much invested into weapon research and then u come along 😉 I also love how they fit 200bullets in a stanag type mag :O

  27. lol DICE has sooooo much invested into weapon research and then u come along 😉 I also love how they fit 200bullets in a stanag type mag :O

  28. I think it’s just a training issue, you did say it was your first firing a glock, the grip angle on that can be a bit weird at first. But also since Glocks are so lightweight it „can“ have more recoil, though proper stance and recoil control grip can negate that. For me, the Glock 17 I shot had no more recoil than my M&P9 or even a Tangfoglio Titan II (.32 auto).

  29. I think it’s just a training issue, you did say it was your first firing a glock, the grip angle on that can be a bit weird at first. But also since Glocks are so lightweight it „can“ have more recoil, though proper stance and recoil control grip can negate that. For me, the Glock 17 I shot had no more recoil than my M&P9 or even a Tangfoglio Titan II (.32 auto).

  30. I think it’s just a training issue, you did say it was your first firing a glock, the grip angle on that can be a bit weird at first. But also since Glocks are so lightweight it „can“ have more recoil, though proper stance and recoil control grip can negate that. For me, the Glock 17 I shot had no more recoil than my M&P9 or even a Tangfoglio Titan II (.32 auto).

  31. I think it’s just a training issue, you did say it was your first firing a glock, the grip angle on that can be a bit weird at first. But also since Glocks are so lightweight it „can“ have more recoil, though proper stance and recoil control grip can negate that. For me, the Glock 17 I shot had no more recoil than my M&P9 or even a Tangfoglio Titan II (.32 auto).

  32. I think it’s just a training issue, you did say it was your first firing a glock, the grip angle on that can be a bit weird at first. But also since Glocks are so lightweight it „can“ have more recoil, though proper stance and recoil control grip can negate that. For me, the Glock 17 I shot had no more recoil than my M&P9 or even a Tangfoglio Titan II (.32 auto).

  33. I think it’s just a training issue, you did say it was your first firing a glock, the grip angle on that can be a bit weird at first. But also since Glocks are so lightweight it „can“ have more recoil, though proper stance and recoil control grip can negate that. For me, the Glock 17 I shot had no more recoil than my M&P9 or even a Tangfoglio Titan II (.32 auto).

  34. I think it’s just a training issue, you did say it was your first firing a glock, the grip angle on that can be a bit weird at first. But also since Glocks are so lightweight it „can“ have more recoil, though proper stance and recoil control grip can negate that. For me, the Glock 17 I shot had no more recoil than my M&P9 or even a Tangfoglio Titan II (.32 auto).

  35. I think it’s just a training issue, you did say it was your first firing a glock, the grip angle on that can be a bit weird at first. But also since Glocks are so lightweight it „can“ have more recoil, though proper stance and recoil control grip can negate that. For me, the Glock 17 I shot had no more recoil than my M&P9 or even a Tangfoglio Titan II (.32 auto).

  36. I think it’s just a training issue, you did say it was your first firing a glock, the grip angle on that can be a bit weird at first. But also since Glocks are so lightweight it „can“ have more recoil, though proper stance and recoil control grip can negate that. For me, the Glock 17 I shot had no more recoil than my M&P9 or even a Tangfoglio Titan II (.32 auto).

  37. I think it’s just a training issue, you did say it was your first firing a glock, the grip angle on that can be a bit weird at first. But also since Glocks are so lightweight it „can“ have more recoil, though proper stance and recoil control grip can negate that. For me, the Glock 17 I shot had no more recoil than my M&P9 or even a Tangfoglio Titan II (.32 auto).

  38. I think it’s just a training issue, you did say it was your first firing a glock, the grip angle on that can be a bit weird at first. But also since Glocks are so lightweight it „can“ have more recoil, though proper stance and recoil control grip can negate that. For me, the Glock 17 I shot had no more recoil than my M&P9 or even a Tangfoglio Titan II (.32 auto).

  39. I think it’s just a training issue, you did say it was your first firing a glock, the grip angle on that can be a bit weird at first. But also since Glocks are so lightweight it „can“ have more recoil, though proper stance and recoil control grip can negate that. For me, the Glock 17 I shot had no more recoil than my M&P9 or even a Tangfoglio Titan II (.32 auto).

  40. I think it’s just a training issue, you did say it was your first firing a glock, the grip angle on that can be a bit weird at first. But also since Glocks are so lightweight it „can“ have more recoil, though proper stance and recoil control grip can negate that. For me, the Glock 17 I shot had no more recoil than my M&P9 or even a Tangfoglio Titan II (.32 auto).

  41. I think it’s just a training issue, you did say it was your first firing a glock, the grip angle on that can be a bit weird at first. But also since Glocks are so lightweight it „can“ have more recoil, though proper stance and recoil control grip can negate that. For me, the Glock 17 I shot had no more recoil than my M&P9 or even a Tangfoglio Titan II (.32 auto).

  42. I think it’s just a training issue, you did say it was your first firing a glock, the grip angle on that can be a bit weird at first. But also since Glocks are so lightweight it „can“ have more recoil, though proper stance and recoil control grip can negate that. For me, the Glock 17 I shot had no more recoil than my M&P9 or even a Tangfoglio Titan II (.32 auto).

  43. I think it’s just a training issue, you did say it was your first firing a glock, the grip angle on that can be a bit weird at first. But also since Glocks are so lightweight it „can“ have more recoil, though proper stance and recoil control grip can negate that. For me, the Glock 17 I shot had no more recoil than my M&P9 or even a Tangfoglio Titan II (.32 auto).

  44. I think it’s just a training issue, you did say it was your first firing a glock, the grip angle on that can be a bit weird at first. But also since Glocks are so lightweight it „can“ have more recoil, though proper stance and recoil control grip can negate that. For me, the Glock 17 I shot had no more recoil than my M&P9 or even a Tangfoglio Titan II (.32 auto).

  45. I think it’s just a training issue, you did say it was your first firing a glock, the grip angle on that can be a bit weird at first. But also since Glocks are so lightweight it „can“ have more recoil, though proper stance and recoil control grip can negate that. For me, the Glock 17 I shot had no more recoil than my M&P9 or even a Tangfoglio Titan II (.32 auto).

  46. I think it’s just a training issue, you did say it was your first firing a glock, the grip angle on that can be a bit weird at first. But also since Glocks are so lightweight it „can“ have more recoil, though proper stance and recoil control grip can negate that. For me, the Glock 17 I shot had no more recoil than my M&P9 or even a Tangfoglio Titan II (.32 auto).

  47. I think it’s just a training issue, you did say it was your first firing a glock, the grip angle on that can be a bit weird at first. But also since Glocks are so lightweight it „can“ have more recoil, though proper stance and recoil control grip can negate that. For me, the Glock 17 I shot had no more recoil than my M&P9 or even a Tangfoglio Titan II (.32 auto).

  48. the P226 is a steel frame gun, so its a lot heaver than the polymer glock, the heavier the gun the less recoil. i have to take my time in a glock when target shooting, but with a 1911 steel frame in my hand, i can fire as fast as i want and still keep it on target.

  49. the P226 is a steel frame gun, so its a lot heaver than the polymer glock, the heavier the gun the less recoil. i have to take my time in a glock when target shooting, but with a 1911 steel frame in my hand, i can fire as fast as i want and still keep it on target.

  50. the P226 is a steel frame gun, so its a lot heaver than the polymer glock, the heavier the gun the less recoil. i have to take my time in a glock when target shooting, but with a 1911 steel frame in my hand, i can fire as fast as i want and still keep it on target.

  51. the P226 is a steel frame gun, so its a lot heaver than the polymer glock, the heavier the gun the less recoil. i have to take my time in a glock when target shooting, but with a 1911 steel frame in my hand, i can fire as fast as i want and still keep it on target.

  52. the P226 is a steel frame gun, so its a lot heaver than the polymer glock, the heavier the gun the less recoil. i have to take my time in a glock when target shooting, but with a 1911 steel frame in my hand, i can fire as fast as i want and still keep it on target.

  53. the P226 is a steel frame gun, so its a lot heaver than the polymer glock, the heavier the gun the less recoil. i have to take my time in a glock when target shooting, but with a 1911 steel frame in my hand, i can fire as fast as i want and still keep it on target.

  54. the P226 is a steel frame gun, so its a lot heaver than the polymer glock, the heavier the gun the less recoil. i have to take my time in a glock when target shooting, but with a 1911 steel frame in my hand, i can fire as fast as i want and still keep it on target.

  55. the P226 is a steel frame gun, so its a lot heaver than the polymer glock, the heavier the gun the less recoil. i have to take my time in a glock when target shooting, but with a 1911 steel frame in my hand, i can fire as fast as i want and still keep it on target.

  56. the P226 is a steel frame gun, so its a lot heaver than the polymer glock, the heavier the gun the less recoil. i have to take my time in a glock when target shooting, but with a 1911 steel frame in my hand, i can fire as fast as i want and still keep it on target.

  57. the P226 is a steel frame gun, so its a lot heaver than the polymer glock, the heavier the gun the less recoil. i have to take my time in a glock when target shooting, but with a 1911 steel frame in my hand, i can fire as fast as i want and still keep it on target.

  58. the P226 is a steel frame gun, so its a lot heaver than the polymer glock, the heavier the gun the less recoil. i have to take my time in a glock when target shooting, but with a 1911 steel frame in my hand, i can fire as fast as i want and still keep it on target.

  59. the P226 is a steel frame gun, so its a lot heaver than the polymer glock, the heavier the gun the less recoil. i have to take my time in a glock when target shooting, but with a 1911 steel frame in my hand, i can fire as fast as i want and still keep it on target.

  60. the P226 is a steel frame gun, so its a lot heaver than the polymer glock, the heavier the gun the less recoil. i have to take my time in a glock when target shooting, but with a 1911 steel frame in my hand, i can fire as fast as i want and still keep it on target.

  61. the P226 is a steel frame gun, so its a lot heaver than the polymer glock, the heavier the gun the less recoil. i have to take my time in a glock when target shooting, but with a 1911 steel frame in my hand, i can fire as fast as i want and still keep it on target.

  62. the P226 is a steel frame gun, so its a lot heaver than the polymer glock, the heavier the gun the less recoil. i have to take my time in a glock when target shooting, but with a 1911 steel frame in my hand, i can fire as fast as i want and still keep it on target.

  63. the P226 is a steel frame gun, so its a lot heaver than the polymer glock, the heavier the gun the less recoil. i have to take my time in a glock when target shooting, but with a 1911 steel frame in my hand, i can fire as fast as i want and still keep it on target.

  64. the P226 is a steel frame gun, so its a lot heaver than the polymer glock, the heavier the gun the less recoil. i have to take my time in a glock when target shooting, but with a 1911 steel frame in my hand, i can fire as fast as i want and still keep it on target.

  65. the P226 is a steel frame gun, so its a lot heaver than the polymer glock, the heavier the gun the less recoil. i have to take my time in a glock when target shooting, but with a 1911 steel frame in my hand, i can fire as fast as i want and still keep it on target.

  66. the P226 is a steel frame gun, so its a lot heaver than the polymer glock, the heavier the gun the less recoil. i have to take my time in a glock when target shooting, but with a 1911 steel frame in my hand, i can fire as fast as i want and still keep it on target.

  67. manual safety obviously. I am aware they have safety mechanisms, 3 if I’m not mistaken. they have that trigger safety, a plate that blocks the striker and another one I can’t remember. but that’s not the point, the point is that with almost every other gun you can have a round chambered and be perfectly safe from an accidental discharge. having no external hammer a decocker would be pointless, but what’s the reason for not having a manual safety? it’s just stupid.

  68. manual safety obviously. I am aware they have safety mechanisms, 3 if I’m not mistaken. they have that trigger safety, a plate that blocks the striker and another one I can’t remember. but that’s not the point, the point is that with almost every other gun you can have a round chambered and be perfectly safe from an accidental discharge. having no external hammer a decocker would be pointless, but what’s the reason for not having a manual safety? it’s just stupid.

  69. manual safety obviously. I am aware they have safety mechanisms, 3 if I’m not mistaken. they have that trigger safety, a plate that blocks the striker and another one I can’t remember. but that’s not the point, the point is that with almost every other gun you can have a round chambered and be perfectly safe from an accidental discharge. having no external hammer a decocker would be pointless, but what’s the reason for not having a manual safety? it’s just stupid.

  70. manual safety obviously. I am aware they have safety mechanisms, 3 if I’m not mistaken. they have that trigger safety, a plate that blocks the striker and another one I can’t remember. but that’s not the point, the point is that with almost every other gun you can have a round chambered and be perfectly safe from an accidental discharge. having no external hammer a decocker would be pointless, but what’s the reason for not having a manual safety? it’s just stupid.

  71. manual safety obviously. I am aware they have safety mechanisms, 3 if I’m not mistaken. they have that trigger safety, a plate that blocks the striker and another one I can’t remember. but that’s not the point, the point is that with almost every other gun you can have a round chambered and be perfectly safe from an accidental discharge. having no external hammer a decocker would be pointless, but what’s the reason for not having a manual safety? it’s just stupid.

  72. manual safety obviously. I am aware they have safety mechanisms, 3 if I’m not mistaken. they have that trigger safety, a plate that blocks the striker and another one I can’t remember. but that’s not the point, the point is that with almost every other gun you can have a round chambered and be perfectly safe from an accidental discharge. having no external hammer a decocker would be pointless, but what’s the reason for not having a manual safety? it’s just stupid.

  73. manual safety obviously. I am aware they have safety mechanisms, 3 if I’m not mistaken. they have that trigger safety, a plate that blocks the striker and another one I can’t remember. but that’s not the point, the point is that with almost every other gun you can have a round chambered and be perfectly safe from an accidental discharge. having no external hammer a decocker would be pointless, but what’s the reason for not having a manual safety? it’s just stupid.

  74. manual safety obviously. I am aware they have safety mechanisms, 3 if I’m not mistaken. they have that trigger safety, a plate that blocks the striker and another one I can’t remember. but that’s not the point, the point is that with almost every other gun you can have a round chambered and be perfectly safe from an accidental discharge. having no external hammer a decocker would be pointless, but what’s the reason for not having a manual safety? it’s just stupid.

  75. manual safety obviously. I am aware they have safety mechanisms, 3 if I’m not mistaken. they have that trigger safety, a plate that blocks the striker and another one I can’t remember. but that’s not the point, the point is that with almost every other gun you can have a round chambered and be perfectly safe from an accidental discharge. having no external hammer a decocker would be pointless, but what’s the reason for not having a manual safety? it’s just stupid.

  76. manual safety obviously. I am aware they have safety mechanisms, 3 if I’m not mistaken. they have that trigger safety, a plate that blocks the striker and another one I can’t remember. but that’s not the point, the point is that with almost every other gun you can have a round chambered and be perfectly safe from an accidental discharge. having no external hammer a decocker would be pointless, but what’s the reason for not having a manual safety? it’s just stupid.

  77. manual safety obviously. I am aware they have safety mechanisms, 3 if I’m not mistaken. they have that trigger safety, a plate that blocks the striker and another one I can’t remember. but that’s not the point, the point is that with almost every other gun you can have a round chambered and be perfectly safe from an accidental discharge. having no external hammer a decocker would be pointless, but what’s the reason for not having a manual safety? it’s just stupid.

  78. manual safety obviously. I am aware they have safety mechanisms, 3 if I’m not mistaken. they have that trigger safety, a plate that blocks the striker and another one I can’t remember. but that’s not the point, the point is that with almost every other gun you can have a round chambered and be perfectly safe from an accidental discharge. having no external hammer a decocker would be pointless, but what’s the reason for not having a manual safety? it’s just stupid.

  79. manual safety obviously. I am aware they have safety mechanisms, 3 if I’m not mistaken. they have that trigger safety, a plate that blocks the striker and another one I can’t remember. but that’s not the point, the point is that with almost every other gun you can have a round chambered and be perfectly safe from an accidental discharge. having no external hammer a decocker would be pointless, but what’s the reason for not having a manual safety? it’s just stupid.

  80. manual safety obviously. I am aware they have safety mechanisms, 3 if I’m not mistaken. they have that trigger safety, a plate that blocks the striker and another one I can’t remember. but that’s not the point, the point is that with almost every other gun you can have a round chambered and be perfectly safe from an accidental discharge. having no external hammer a decocker would be pointless, but what’s the reason for not having a manual safety? it’s just stupid.

  81. manual safety obviously. I am aware they have safety mechanisms, 3 if I’m not mistaken. they have that trigger safety, a plate that blocks the striker and another one I can’t remember. but that’s not the point, the point is that with almost every other gun you can have a round chambered and be perfectly safe from an accidental discharge. having no external hammer a decocker would be pointless, but what’s the reason for not having a manual safety? it’s just stupid.

  82. manual safety obviously. I am aware they have safety mechanisms, 3 if I’m not mistaken. they have that trigger safety, a plate that blocks the striker and another one I can’t remember. but that’s not the point, the point is that with almost every other gun you can have a round chambered and be perfectly safe from an accidental discharge. having no external hammer a decocker would be pointless, but what’s the reason for not having a manual safety? it’s just stupid.

  83. manual safety obviously. I am aware they have safety mechanisms, 3 if I’m not mistaken. they have that trigger safety, a plate that blocks the striker and another one I can’t remember. but that’s not the point, the point is that with almost every other gun you can have a round chambered and be perfectly safe from an accidental discharge. having no external hammer a decocker would be pointless, but what’s the reason for not having a manual safety? it’s just stupid.

  84. manual safety obviously. I am aware they have safety mechanisms, 3 if I’m not mistaken. they have that trigger safety, a plate that blocks the striker and another one I can’t remember. but that’s not the point, the point is that with almost every other gun you can have a round chambered and be perfectly safe from an accidental discharge. having no external hammer a decocker would be pointless, but what’s the reason for not having a manual safety? it’s just stupid.

  85. manual safety obviously. I am aware they have safety mechanisms, 3 if I’m not mistaken. they have that trigger safety, a plate that blocks the striker and another one I can’t remember. but that’s not the point, the point is that with almost every other gun you can have a round chambered and be perfectly safe from an accidental discharge. having no external hammer a decocker would be pointless, but what’s the reason for not having a manual safety? it’s just stupid.

  86. manual safety obviously. I am aware they have safety mechanisms, 3 if I’m not mistaken. they have that trigger safety, a plate that blocks the striker and another one I can’t remember. but that’s not the point, the point is that with almost every other gun you can have a round chambered and be perfectly safe from an accidental discharge. having no external hammer a decocker would be pointless, but what’s the reason for not having a manual safety? it’s just stupid.

  87. manual safety obviously. I am aware they have safety mechanisms, 3 if I’m not mistaken. they have that trigger safety, a plate that blocks the striker and another one I can’t remember. but that’s not the point, the point is that with almost every other gun you can have a round chambered and be perfectly safe from an accidental discharge. having no external hammer a decocker would be pointless, but what’s the reason for not having a manual safety? it’s just stupid.

  88. manual safety obviously. I am aware they have safety mechanisms, 3 if I’m not mistaken. they have that trigger safety, a plate that blocks the striker and another one I can’t remember. but that’s not the point, the point is that with almost every other gun you can have a round chambered and be perfectly safe from an accidental discharge. having no external hammer a decocker would be pointless, but what’s the reason for not having a manual safety? it’s just stupid.

  89. manual safety obviously. I am aware they have safety mechanisms, 3 if I’m not mistaken. they have that trigger safety, a plate that blocks the striker and another one I can’t remember. but that’s not the point, the point is that with almost every other gun you can have a round chambered and be perfectly safe from an accidental discharge. having no external hammer a decocker would be pointless, but what’s the reason for not having a manual safety? it’s just stupid.

  90. manual safety obviously. I am aware they have safety mechanisms, 3 if I’m not mistaken. they have that trigger safety, a plate that blocks the striker and another one I can’t remember. but that’s not the point, the point is that with almost every other gun you can have a round chambered and be perfectly safe from an accidental discharge. having no external hammer a decocker would be pointless, but what’s the reason for not having a manual safety? it’s just stupid.

  91. manual safety obviously. I am aware they have safety mechanisms, 3 if I’m not mistaken. they have that trigger safety, a plate that blocks the striker and another one I can’t remember. but that’s not the point, the point is that with almost every other gun you can have a round chambered and be perfectly safe from an accidental discharge. having no external hammer a decocker would be pointless, but what’s the reason for not having a manual safety? it’s just stupid.

  92. I take when you mean „accidental discharge“ you mean safe from if someone/something incidentally pulls the trigger. It’s certainly not the first gun to have this feature, I’m actually casually looking for a beretta 92g in this respect. While it does have a decocker, the decocker wouldn’t stop it from the „accidental discharge“ definition above.

  93. I take when you mean „accidental discharge“ you mean safe from if someone/something incidentally pulls the trigger. It’s certainly not the first gun to have this feature, I’m actually casually looking for a beretta 92g in this respect. While it does have a decocker, the decocker wouldn’t stop it from the „accidental discharge“ definition above.

  94. I take when you mean „accidental discharge“ you mean safe from if someone/something incidentally pulls the trigger. It’s certainly not the first gun to have this feature, I’m actually casually looking for a beretta 92g in this respect. While it does have a decocker, the decocker wouldn’t stop it from the „accidental discharge“ definition above.

  95. I take when you mean „accidental discharge“ you mean safe from if someone/something incidentally pulls the trigger. It’s certainly not the first gun to have this feature, I’m actually casually looking for a beretta 92g in this respect. While it does have a decocker, the decocker wouldn’t stop it from the „accidental discharge“ definition above.

  96. I take when you mean „accidental discharge“ you mean safe from if someone/something incidentally pulls the trigger. It’s certainly not the first gun to have this feature, I’m actually casually looking for a beretta 92g in this respect. While it does have a decocker, the decocker wouldn’t stop it from the „accidental discharge“ definition above.

  97. I take when you mean „accidental discharge“ you mean safe from if someone/something incidentally pulls the trigger. It’s certainly not the first gun to have this feature, I’m actually casually looking for a beretta 92g in this respect. While it does have a decocker, the decocker wouldn’t stop it from the „accidental discharge“ definition above.

  98. I take when you mean „accidental discharge“ you mean safe from if someone/something incidentally pulls the trigger. It’s certainly not the first gun to have this feature, I’m actually casually looking for a beretta 92g in this respect. While it does have a decocker, the decocker wouldn’t stop it from the „accidental discharge“ definition above.

  99. I take when you mean „accidental discharge“ you mean safe from if someone/something incidentally pulls the trigger. It’s certainly not the first gun to have this feature, I’m actually casually looking for a beretta 92g in this respect. While it does have a decocker, the decocker wouldn’t stop it from the „accidental discharge“ definition above.

  100. I take when you mean „accidental discharge“ you mean safe from if someone/something incidentally pulls the trigger. It’s certainly not the first gun to have this feature, I’m actually casually looking for a beretta 92g in this respect. While it does have a decocker, the decocker wouldn’t stop it from the „accidental discharge“ definition above.

  101. I take when you mean „accidental discharge“ you mean safe from if someone/something incidentally pulls the trigger. It’s certainly not the first gun to have this feature, I’m actually casually looking for a beretta 92g in this respect. While it does have a decocker, the decocker wouldn’t stop it from the „accidental discharge“ definition above.

  102. I take when you mean „accidental discharge“ you mean safe from if someone/something incidentally pulls the trigger. It’s certainly not the first gun to have this feature, I’m actually casually looking for a beretta 92g in this respect. While it does have a decocker, the decocker wouldn’t stop it from the „accidental discharge“ definition above.

  103. I take when you mean „accidental discharge“ you mean safe from if someone/something incidentally pulls the trigger. It’s certainly not the first gun to have this feature, I’m actually casually looking for a beretta 92g in this respect. While it does have a decocker, the decocker wouldn’t stop it from the „accidental discharge“ definition above.

  104. I take when you mean „accidental discharge“ you mean safe from if someone/something incidentally pulls the trigger. It’s certainly not the first gun to have this feature, I’m actually casually looking for a beretta 92g in this respect.  While it does have a decocker, the decocker wouldn’t stop it from the „accidental discharge“ definition above.

  105. I take when you mean „accidental discharge“ you mean safe from if someone/something incidentally pulls the trigger. It’s certainly not the first gun to have this feature, I’m actually casually looking for a beretta 92g in this respect. While it does have a decocker, the decocker wouldn’t stop it from the „accidental discharge“ definition above.

  106. I take when you mean „accidental discharge“ you mean safe from if someone/something incidentally pulls the trigger. It’s certainly not the first gun to have this feature, I’m actually casually looking for a beretta 92g in this respect. While it does have a decocker, the decocker wouldn’t stop it from the „accidental discharge“ definition above.

  107. I take when you mean „accidental discharge“ you mean safe from if someone/something incidentally pulls the trigger. It’s certainly not the first gun to have this feature, I’m actually casually looking for a beretta 92g in this respect. While it does have a decocker, the decocker wouldn’t stop it from the „accidental discharge“ definition above.

  108. I take when you mean „accidental discharge“ you mean safe from if someone/something incidentally pulls the trigger. It’s certainly not the first gun to have this feature, I’m actually casually looking for a beretta 92g in this respect. While it does have a decocker, the decocker wouldn’t stop it from the „accidental discharge“ definition above.

  109. I take when you mean „accidental discharge“ you mean safe from if someone/something incidentally pulls the trigger. It’s certainly not the first gun to have this feature, I’m actually casually looking for a beretta 92g in this respect. While it does have a decocker, the decocker wouldn’t stop it from the „accidental discharge“ definition above.

  110. I take when you mean „accidental discharge“ you mean safe from if someone/something incidentally pulls the trigger. It’s certainly not the first gun to have this feature, I’m actually casually looking for a beretta 92g in this respect. While it does have a decocker, the decocker wouldn’t stop it from the „accidental discharge“ definition above.

  111. I take when you mean „accidental discharge“ you mean safe from if someone/something incidentally pulls the trigger. It’s certainly not the first gun to have this feature, I’m actually casually looking for a beretta 92g in this respect. While it does have a decocker, the decocker wouldn’t stop it from the „accidental discharge“ definition above.

  112. I take when you mean „accidental discharge“ you mean safe from if someone/something incidentally pulls the trigger. It’s certainly not the first gun to have this feature, I’m actually casually looking for a beretta 92g in this respect. While it does have a decocker, the decocker wouldn’t stop it from the „accidental discharge“ definition above.

  113. Ive seen just as much AD’s with pistols with manual safeties as guns without… because it dosent matter how many „safeties“ there are, it comes down to the PERSON. dont want AD’s? then keep that finger off the trigger! No one NEEDS a manual safety, if some one is in the mental state that you do, then you need to train and practice more to be more confident AND compitent in your gun handling OR dont even go near a gun cuz obviously that person cant handle firearm safely on his own right.

  114. Ive seen just as much AD’s with pistols with manual safeties as guns without… because it dosent matter how many „safeties“ there are, it comes down to the PERSON. dont want AD’s? then keep that finger off the trigger! No one NEEDS a manual safety, if some one is in the mental state that you do, then you need to train and practice more to be more confident AND compitent in your gun handling OR dont even go near a gun cuz obviously that person cant handle firearm safely on his own right.

  115. Ive seen just as much AD’s with pistols with manual safeties as guns without… because it dosent matter how many „safeties“ there are, it comes down to the PERSON. dont want AD’s? then keep that finger off the trigger! No one NEEDS a manual safety, if some one is in the mental state that you do, then you need to train and practice more to be more confident AND compitent in your gun handling OR dont even go near a gun cuz obviously that person cant handle firearm safely on his own right.

  116. Ive seen just as much AD’s with pistols with manual safeties as guns without… because it dosent matter how many „safeties“ there are, it comes down to the PERSON. dont want AD’s? then keep that finger off the trigger! No one NEEDS a manual safety, if some one is in the mental state that you do, then you need to train and practice more to be more confident AND compitent in your gun handling OR dont even go near a gun cuz obviously that person cant handle firearm safely on his own right.

  117. Ive seen just as much AD’s with pistols with manual safeties as guns without… because it dosent matter how many „safeties“ there are, it comes down to the PERSON. dont want AD’s? then keep that finger off the trigger! No one NEEDS a manual safety, if some one is in the mental state that you do, then you need to train and practice more to be more confident AND compitent in your gun handling OR dont even go near a gun cuz obviously that person cant handle firearm safely on his own right.

  118. Ive seen just as much AD’s with pistols with manual safeties as guns without… because it dosent matter how many „safeties“ there are, it comes down to the PERSON. dont want AD’s? then keep that finger off the trigger! No one NEEDS a manual safety, if some one is in the mental state that you do, then you need to train and practice more to be more confident AND compitent in your gun handling OR dont even go near a gun cuz obviously that person cant handle firearm safely on his own right.

  119. Ive seen just as much AD’s with pistols with manual safeties as guns without… because it dosent matter how many „safeties“ there are, it comes down to the PERSON. dont want AD’s? then keep that finger off the trigger! No one NEEDS a manual safety, if some one is in the mental state that you do, then you need to train and practice more to be more confident AND compitent in your gun handling OR dont even go near a gun cuz obviously that person cant handle firearm safely on his own right.

  120. Ive seen just as much AD’s with pistols with manual safeties as guns without… because it dosent matter how many „safeties“ there are, it comes down to the PERSON. dont want AD’s? then keep that finger off the trigger! No one NEEDS a manual safety, if some one is in the mental state that you do, then you need to train and practice more to be more confident AND compitent in your gun handling OR dont even go near a gun cuz obviously that person cant handle firearm safely on his own right.

  121. Ive seen just as much AD’s with pistols with manual safeties as guns without… because it dosent matter how many „safeties“ there are, it comes down to the PERSON. dont want AD’s? then keep that finger off the trigger! No one NEEDS a manual safety, if some one is in the mental state that you do, then you need to train and practice more to be more confident AND compitent in your gun handling OR dont even go near a gun cuz obviously that person cant handle firearm safely on his own right.

  122. Ive seen just as much AD’s with pistols with manual safeties as guns without… because it dosent matter how many „safeties“ there are, it comes down to the PERSON. dont want AD’s? then keep that finger off the trigger! No one NEEDS a manual safety, if some one is in the mental state that you do, then you need to train and practice more to be more confident AND compitent in your gun handling OR dont even go near a gun cuz obviously that person cant handle firearm safely on his own right.

  123. Ive seen just as much AD’s with pistols with manual safeties as guns without… because it dosent matter how many „safeties“ there are, it comes down to the PERSON. dont want AD’s? then keep that finger off the trigger! No one NEEDS a manual safety, if some one is in the mental state that you do, then you need to train and practice more to be more confident AND compitent in your gun handling OR dont even go near a gun cuz obviously that person cant handle firearm safely on his own right.

  124. Ive seen just as much AD’s with pistols with manual safeties as guns without… because it dosent matter how many „safeties“ there are, it comes down to the PERSON. dont want AD’s? then keep that finger off the trigger! No one NEEDS a manual safety, if some one is in the mental state that you do, then you need to train and practice more to be more confident AND compitent in your gun handling OR dont even go near a gun cuz obviously that person cant handle firearm safely on his own right.

  125. Ive seen just as much AD’s with pistols with manual safeties as guns without… because it dosent matter how many „safeties“ there are, it comes down to the PERSON. dont want AD’s? then keep that finger off the trigger! No one NEEDS a manual safety, if some one is in the mental state that you do, then you need to train and practice more to be more confident AND compitent in your gun handling OR dont even go near a gun cuz obviously that person cant handle firearm safely on his own right.

  126. Ive seen just as much AD’s with pistols with manual safeties as guns without… because it dosent matter how many „safeties“ there are, it comes down to the PERSON. dont want AD’s? then keep that finger off the trigger! No one NEEDS a manual safety, if some one is in the mental state that you do, then you need to train and practice more to be more confident AND compitent in your gun handling OR dont even go near a gun cuz obviously that person cant handle firearm safely on his own right.

  127. Ive seen just as much AD’s with pistols with manual safeties as guns without… because it dosent matter how many „safeties“ there are, it comes down to the PERSON. dont want AD’s? then keep that finger off the trigger! No one NEEDS a manual safety, if some one is in the mental state that you do, then you need to train and practice more to be more confident AND compitent in your gun handling OR dont even go near a gun cuz obviously that person cant handle firearm safely on his own right.

  128. Ive seen just as much AD’s with pistols with manual safeties as guns without… because it dosent matter how many „safeties“ there are, it comes down to the PERSON. dont want AD’s? then keep that finger off the trigger! No one NEEDS a manual safety, if some one is in the mental state that you do, then you need to train and practice more to be more confident AND compitent in your gun handling OR dont even go near a gun cuz obviously that person cant handle firearm safely on his own right.

  129. Ive seen just as much AD’s with pistols with manual safeties as guns without… because it dosent matter how many „safeties“ there are, it comes down to the PERSON. dont want AD’s? then keep that finger off the trigger! No one NEEDS a manual safety, if some one is in the mental state that you do, then you need to train and practice more to be more confident AND compitent in your gun handling OR dont even go near a gun cuz obviously that person cant handle firearm safely on his own right.

  130. Ive seen just as much AD’s with pistols with manual safeties as guns without… because it dosent matter how many „safeties“ there are, it comes down to the PERSON. dont want AD’s? then keep that finger off the trigger! No one NEEDS a manual safety, if some one is in the mental state that you do, then you need to train and practice more to be more confident AND compitent in your gun handling OR dont even go near a gun cuz obviously that person cant handle firearm safely on his own right.

  131. Ive seen just as much AD’s with pistols with manual safeties as guns without… because it dosent matter how many „safeties“ there are, it comes down to the PERSON. dont want AD’s? then keep that finger off the trigger! No one NEEDS a manual safety, if some one is in the mental state that you do, then you need to train and practice more to be more confident AND compitent in your gun handling OR dont even go near a gun cuz obviously that person cant handle firearm safely on his own right.

  132. Ive seen just as much AD’s with pistols with manual safeties as guns without… because it dosent matter how many „safeties“ there are, it comes down to the PERSON. dont want AD’s? then keep that finger off the trigger! No one NEEDS a manual safety, if some one is in the mental state that you do, then you need to train and practice more to be more confident AND compitent in your gun handling OR dont even go near a gun cuz obviously that person cant handle firearm safely on his own right.

  133. Ive seen just as much AD’s with pistols with manual safeties as guns without… because it dosent matter how many „safeties“ there are, it comes down to the PERSON. dont want AD’s? then keep that finger off the trigger! No one NEEDS a manual safety, if some one is in the mental state that you do, then you need to train and practice more to be more confident AND compitent in your gun handling OR dont even go near a gun cuz obviously that person cant handle firearm safely on his own right.

  134. Ive seen just as much AD’s with pistols with manual safeties as guns without… because it dosent matter how many „safeties“ there are, it comes down to the PERSON. dont want AD’s? then keep that finger off the trigger! No one NEEDS a manual safety, if some one is in the mental state that you do, then you need to train and practice more to be more confident AND compitent in your gun handling OR dont even go near a gun cuz obviously that person cant handle firearm safely on his own right.

  135. Ive seen just as much AD’s with pistols with manual safeties as guns without… because it dosent matter how many „safeties“ there are, it comes down to the PERSON. dont want AD’s? then keep that finger off the trigger! No one NEEDS a manual safety, if some one is in the mental state that you do, then you need to train and practice more to be more confident AND compitent in your gun handling OR dont even go near a gun cuz obviously that person cant handle firearm safely on his own right.

  136. Ive seen just as much AD’s with pistols with manual safeties as guns without… because it dosent matter how many „safeties“ there are, it comes down to the PERSON. dont want AD’s? then keep that finger off the trigger! No one NEEDS a manual safety, if some one is in the mental state that you do, then you need to train and practice more to be more confident AND compitent in your gun handling OR dont even go near a gun cuz obviously that person cant handle firearm safely on his own right.

  137. Ive seen just as much AD’s with pistols with manual safeties as guns without… because it dosent matter how many „safeties“ there are, it comes down to the PERSON. dont want AD’s? then keep that finger off the trigger! No one NEEDS a manual safety, if some one is in the mental state that you do, then you need to train and practice more to be more confident AND compitent in your gun handling OR dont even go near a gun cuz obviously that person cant handle firearm safely on his own right.

  138. Ive seen just as much AD’s with pistols with manual safeties as guns without… because it dosent matter how many „safeties“ there are, it comes down to the PERSON. dont want AD’s? then keep that finger off the trigger! No one NEEDS a manual safety, if some one is in the mental state that you do, then you need to train and practice more to be more confident AND compitent in your gun handling OR dont even go near a gun cuz obviously that person cant handle firearm safely on his own right.

  139. Ive seen just as much AD’s with pistols with manual safeties as guns without… because it dosent matter how many „safeties“ there are, it comes down to the PERSON. dont want AD’s? then keep that finger off the trigger! No one NEEDS a manual safety, if some one is in the mental state that you do, then you need to train and practice more to be more confident AND compitent in your gun handling OR dont even go near a gun cuz obviously that person cant handle firearm safely on his own right.

  140. I ONLY carry weapons with no manual safeties. I carry them chambered and holstered. Nothing can go wrong, the trigger is covered by the holster and when drawn, the trigger is under my control.

  141. I ONLY carry weapons with no manual safeties. I carry them chambered and holstered. Nothing can go wrong, the trigger is covered by the holster and when drawn, the trigger is under my control.

  142. I ONLY carry weapons with no manual safeties. I carry them chambered and holstered. Nothing can go wrong, the trigger is covered by the holster and when drawn, the trigger is under my control.

  143. I ONLY carry weapons with no manual safeties. I carry them chambered and holstered. Nothing can go wrong, the trigger is covered by the holster and when drawn, the trigger is under my control.

  144. I ONLY carry weapons with no manual safeties. I carry them chambered and holstered. Nothing can go wrong, the trigger is covered by the holster and when drawn, the trigger is under my control.

  145. I ONLY carry weapons with no manual safeties. I carry them chambered and holstered. Nothing can go wrong, the trigger is covered by the holster and when drawn, the trigger is under my control.

  146. I ONLY carry weapons with no manual safeties. I carry them chambered and holstered. Nothing can go wrong, the trigger is covered by the holster and when drawn, the trigger is under my control.

  147. I ONLY carry weapons with no manual safeties. I carry them chambered and holstered. Nothing can go wrong, the trigger is covered by the holster and when drawn, the trigger is under my control.

  148. I ONLY carry weapons with no manual safeties. I carry them chambered and holstered. Nothing can go wrong, the trigger is covered by the holster and when drawn, the trigger is under my control.

  149. I ONLY carry weapons with no manual safeties. I carry them chambered and holstered. Nothing can go wrong, the trigger is covered by the holster and when drawn, the trigger is under my control.

  150. I ONLY carry weapons with no manual safeties. I carry them chambered and holstered. Nothing can go wrong, the trigger is covered by the holster and when drawn, the trigger is under my control.

  151. I ONLY carry weapons with no manual safeties. I carry them chambered and holstered. Nothing can go wrong, the trigger is covered by the holster and when drawn, the trigger is under my control.

  152. I ONLY carry weapons with no manual safeties. I carry them chambered and holstered. Nothing can go wrong, the trigger is covered by the holster and when drawn, the trigger is under my control.

  153. I ONLY carry weapons with no manual safeties. I carry them chambered and holstered. Nothing can go wrong, the trigger is covered by the holster and when drawn, the trigger is under my control.

  154. I ONLY carry weapons with no manual safeties. I carry them chambered and holstered. Nothing can go wrong, the trigger is covered by the holster and when drawn, the trigger is under my control.

  155. I ONLY carry weapons with no manual safeties. I carry them chambered and holstered. Nothing can go wrong, the trigger is covered by the holster and when drawn, the trigger is under my control.

  156. I ONLY carry weapons with no manual safeties. I carry them chambered and holstered. Nothing can go wrong, the trigger is covered by the holster and when drawn, the trigger is under my control.

  157. I ONLY carry weapons with no manual safeties. I carry them chambered and holstered. Nothing can go wrong, the trigger is covered by the holster and when drawn, the trigger is under my control.

  158. I ONLY carry weapons with no manual safeties. I carry them chambered and holstered. Nothing can go wrong, the trigger is covered by the holster and when drawn, the trigger is under my control.

  159. the people who say „my finger is my safety“ and „nothing can go wrong“ are usually the ones who shot their own leg / foot or worst, someone else.
    take it from someone who carried M4/M16 for 3.5 years, controls have a habit of getting caught into things, safeties are switched to single/auto, charging handle gets caught in the pants belt.

    anyways be safe or be stupid, your call.

  160. the people who say „my finger is my safety“ and „nothing can go wrong“ are usually the ones who shot their own leg / foot or worst, someone else.
    take it from someone who carried M4/M16 for 3.5 years, controls have a habit of getting caught into things, safeties are switched to single/auto, charging handle gets caught in the pants belt.

    anyways be safe or be stupid, your call.

  161. the people who say „my finger is my safety“ and „nothing can go wrong“ are usually the ones who shot their own leg / foot or worst, someone else.
    take it from someone who carried M4/M16 for 3.5 years, controls have a habit of getting caught into things, safeties are switched to single/auto, charging handle gets caught in the pants belt.

    anyways be safe or be stupid, your call.

  162. the people who say „my finger is my safety“ and „nothing can go wrong“ are usually the ones who shot their own leg / foot or worst, someone else.
    take it from someone who carried M4/M16 for 3.5 years, controls have a habit of getting caught into things, safeties are switched to single/auto, charging handle gets caught in the pants belt.

    anyways be safe or be stupid, your call.

  163. the people who say „my finger is my safety“ and „nothing can go wrong“ are usually the ones who shot their own leg / foot or worst, someone else.
    take it from someone who carried M4/M16 for 3.5 years, controls have a habit of getting caught into things, safeties are switched to single/auto, charging handle gets caught in the pants belt.

    anyways be safe or be stupid, your call.

  164. the people who say „my finger is my safety“ and „nothing can go wrong“ are usually the ones who shot their own leg / foot or worst, someone else.
    take it from someone who carried M4/M16 for 3.5 years, controls have a habit of getting caught into things, safeties are switched to single/auto, charging handle gets caught in the pants belt.

    anyways be safe or be stupid, your call.

  165. the people who say „my finger is my safety“ and „nothing can go wrong“ are usually the ones who shot their own leg / foot or worst, someone else.
    take it from someone who carried M4/M16 for 3.5 years, controls have a habit of getting caught into things, safeties are switched to single/auto, charging handle gets caught in the pants belt.

    anyways be safe or be stupid, your call.

  166. the people who say „my finger is my safety“ and „nothing can go wrong“ are usually the ones who shot their own leg / foot or worst, someone else.
    take it from someone who carried M4/M16 for 3.5 years, controls have a habit of getting caught into things, safeties are switched to single/auto, charging handle gets caught in the pants belt.

    anyways be safe or be stupid, your call.

  167. the people who say „my finger is my safety“ and „nothing can go wrong“ are usually the ones who shot their own leg / foot or worst, someone else.
    take it from someone who carried M4/M16 for 3.5 years, controls have a habit of getting caught into things, safeties are switched to single/auto, charging handle gets caught in the pants belt.

    anyways be safe or be stupid, your call.

  168. the people who say „my finger is my safety“ and „nothing can go wrong“ are usually the ones who shot their own leg / foot or worst, someone else.
    take it from someone who carried M4/M16 for 3.5 years, controls have a habit of getting caught into things, safeties are switched to single/auto, charging handle gets caught in the pants belt.

    anyways be safe or be stupid, your call.

  169. the people who say „my finger is my safety“ and „nothing can go wrong“ are usually the ones who shot their own leg / foot or worst, someone else.
    take it from someone who carried M4/M16 for 3.5 years, controls have a habit of getting caught into things, safeties are switched to single/auto, charging handle gets caught in the pants belt.

    anyways be safe or be stupid, your call.

  170. the people who say „my finger is my safety“ and „nothing can go wrong“ are usually the ones who shot their own leg / foot or worst, someone else.
    take it from someone who carried M4/M16 for 3.5 years, controls have a habit of getting caught into things, safeties are switched to single/auto, charging handle gets caught in the pants belt.

    anyways be safe or be stupid, your call.

  171. the people who say „my finger is my safety“ and „nothing can go wrong“ are usually the ones who shot their own leg / foot or worst, someone else.
    take it from someone who carried M4/M16 for 3.5 years, controls have a habit of getting caught into things, safeties are switched to single/auto, charging handle gets caught in the pants belt.

    anyways be safe or be stupid, your call.

  172. the people who say „my finger is my safety“ and „nothing can go wrong“ are usually the ones who shot their own leg / foot or worst, someone else.
    take it from someone who carried M4/M16 for 3.5 years, controls have a habit of getting caught into things, safeties are switched to single/auto, charging handle gets caught in the pants belt.

    anyways be safe or be stupid, your call.

  173. the people who say „my finger is my safety“ and „nothing can go wrong“ are usually the ones who shot their own leg / foot or worst, someone else.
    take it from someone who carried M4/M16 for 3.5 years, controls have a habit of getting caught into things, safeties are switched to single/auto, charging handle gets caught in the pants belt.

    anyways be safe or be stupid, your call.

  174. the people who say „my finger is my safety“ and „nothing can go wrong“ are usually the ones who shot their own leg / foot or worst, someone else.
    take it from someone who carried M4/M16 for 3.5 years, controls have a habit of getting caught into things, safeties are switched to single/auto, charging handle gets caught in the pants belt.

    anyways be safe or be stupid, your call.

  175. the people who say „my finger is my safety“ and „nothing can go wrong“ are usually the ones who shot their own leg / foot or worst, someone else.
    take it from someone who carried M4/M16 for 3.5 years, controls have a habit of getting caught into things, safeties are switched to single/auto, charging handle gets caught in the pants belt.

    anyways be safe or be stupid, your call.

  176. the people who say „my finger is my safety“ and „nothing can go wrong“ are usually the ones who shot their own leg / foot or worst, someone else.
    take it from someone who carried M4/M16 for 3.5 years, controls have a habit of getting caught into things, safeties are switched to single/auto, charging handle gets caught in the pants belt.

    anyways be safe or be stupid, your call.

  177. the people who say „my finger is my safety“ and „nothing can go wrong“ are usually the ones who shot their own leg / foot or worst, someone else.
    take it from someone who carried M4/M16 for 3.5 years, controls have a habit of getting caught into things, safeties are switched to single/auto, charging handle gets caught in the pants belt.

    anyways be safe or be stupid, your call.

  178. the people who say „my finger is my safety“ and „nothing can go wrong“ are usually the ones who shot their own leg / foot or worst, someone else.
    take it from someone who carried M4/M16 for 3.5 years, controls have a habit of getting caught into things, safeties are switched to single/auto, charging handle gets caught in the pants belt.

    anyways be safe or be stupid, your call.

  179. the people who say „my finger is my safety“ and „nothing can go wrong“ are usually the ones who shot their own leg / foot or worst, someone else.
    take it from someone who carried M4/M16 for 3.5 years, controls have a habit of getting caught into things, safeties are switched to single/auto, charging handle gets caught in the pants belt.

    anyways be safe or be stupid, your call.

  180. the people who say „my finger is my safety“ and „nothing can go wrong“ are usually the ones who shot their own leg / foot or worst, someone else.
    take it from someone who carried M4/M16 for 3.5 years, controls have a habit of getting caught into things, safeties are switched to single/auto, charging handle gets caught in the pants belt.

    anyways be safe or be stupid, your call.

  181. the people who say „my finger is my safety“ and „nothing can go wrong“ are usually the ones who shot their own leg / foot or worst, someone else.
    take it from someone who carried M4/M16 for 3.5 years, controls have a habit of getting caught into things, safeties are switched to single/auto, charging handle gets caught in the pants belt.

    anyways be safe or be stupid, your call.

  182. the people who say „my finger is my safety“ and „nothing can go wrong“ are usually the ones who shot their own leg / foot or worst, someone else.
    take it from someone who carried M4/M16 for 3.5 years, controls have a habit of getting caught into things, safeties are switched to single/auto, charging handle gets caught in the pants belt.

    anyways be safe or be stupid, your call.

  183. the people who say „my finger is my safety“ and „nothing can go wrong“ are usually the ones who shot their own leg / foot or worst, someone else.
    take it from someone who carried M4/M16 for 3.5 years, controls have a habit of getting caught into things, safeties are switched to single/auto, charging handle gets caught in the pants belt.

    anyways be safe or be stupid, your call.

  184. the people who say „my finger is my safety“ and „nothing can go wrong“ are usually the ones who shot their own leg / foot or worst, someone else.
    take it from someone who carried M4/M16 for 3.5 years, controls have a habit of getting caught into things, safeties are switched to single/auto, charging handle gets caught in the pants belt.

    anyways be safe or be stupid, your call.

  185. your brain is your safety, because there is no such thing as an accidental discharge, that is caused by negligence hence a negligent discharge can occur if you dont properly think and treat the firearm appropriatley. when you are faced in a REAL life or DEATH situation you dont want to be bumbling with a manual safety, and if you do use a firearm with a safety but dont carry it engaged you still have to take a split second to make sure its not engaged and that could be your life in a split sec

  186. your brain is your safety, because there is no such thing as an accidental discharge, that is caused by negligence hence a negligent discharge can occur if you dont properly think and treat the firearm appropriatley. when you are faced in a REAL life or DEATH situation you dont want to be bumbling with a manual safety, and if you do use a firearm with a safety but dont carry it engaged you still have to take a split second to make sure its not engaged and that could be your life in a split sec

  187. your brain is your safety, because there is no such thing as an accidental discharge, that is caused by negligence hence a negligent discharge can occur if you dont properly think and treat the firearm appropriatley. when you are faced in a REAL life or DEATH situation you dont want to be bumbling with a manual safety, and if you do use a firearm with a safety but dont carry it engaged you still have to take a split second to make sure its not engaged and that could be your life in a split sec

  188. your brain is your safety, because there is no such thing as an accidental discharge, that is caused by negligence hence a negligent discharge can occur if you dont properly think and treat the firearm appropriatley. when you are faced in a REAL life or DEATH situation you dont want to be bumbling with a manual safety, and if you do use a firearm with a safety but dont carry it engaged you still have to take a split second to make sure its not engaged and that could be your life in a split sec

  189. your brain is your safety, because there is no such thing as an accidental discharge, that is caused by negligence hence a negligent discharge can occur if you dont properly think and treat the firearm appropriatley. when you are faced in a REAL life or DEATH situation you dont want to be bumbling with a manual safety, and if you do use a firearm with a safety but dont carry it engaged you still have to take a split second to make sure its not engaged and that could be your life in a split sec

  190. your brain is your safety, because there is no such thing as an accidental discharge, that is caused by negligence hence a negligent discharge can occur if you dont properly think and treat the firearm appropriatley. when you are faced in a REAL life or DEATH situation you dont want to be bumbling with a manual safety, and if you do use a firearm with a safety but dont carry it engaged you still have to take a split second to make sure its not engaged and that could be your life in a split sec

  191. your brain is your safety, because there is no such thing as an accidental discharge, that is caused by negligence hence a negligent discharge can occur if you dont properly think and treat the firearm appropriatley. when you are faced in a REAL life or DEATH situation you dont want to be bumbling with a manual safety, and if you do use a firearm with a safety but dont carry it engaged you still have to take a split second to make sure its not engaged and that could be your life in a split sec

  192. your brain is your safety, because there is no such thing as an accidental discharge, that is caused by negligence hence a negligent discharge can occur if you dont properly think and treat the firearm appropriatley. when you are faced in a REAL life or DEATH situation you dont want to be bumbling with a manual safety, and if you do use a firearm with a safety but dont carry it engaged you still have to take a split second to make sure its not engaged and that could be your life in a split sec

  193. your brain is your safety, because there is no such thing as an accidental discharge, that is caused by negligence hence a negligent discharge can occur if you dont properly think and treat the firearm appropriatley. when you are faced in a REAL life or DEATH situation you dont want to be bumbling with a manual safety, and if you do use a firearm with a safety but dont carry it engaged you still have to take a split second to make sure its not engaged and that could be your life in a split sec

  194. your brain is your safety, because there is no such thing as an accidental discharge, that is caused by negligence hence a negligent discharge can occur if you dont properly think and treat the firearm appropriatley. when you are faced in a REAL life or DEATH situation you dont want to be bumbling with a manual safety, and if you do use a firearm with a safety but dont carry it engaged you still have to take a split second to make sure its not engaged and that could be your life in a split sec

  195. your brain is your safety, because there is no such thing as an accidental discharge, that is caused by negligence hence a negligent discharge can occur if you dont properly think and treat the firearm appropriatley. when you are faced in a REAL life or DEATH situation you dont want to be bumbling with a manual safety, and if you do use a firearm with a safety but dont carry it engaged you still have to take a split second to make sure its not engaged and that could be your life in a split sec

  196. your brain is your safety, because there is no such thing as an accidental discharge, that is caused by negligence hence a negligent discharge can occur if you dont properly think and treat the firearm appropriatley. when you are faced in a REAL life or DEATH situation you dont want to be bumbling with a manual safety, and if you do use a firearm with a safety but dont carry it engaged you still have to take a split second to make sure its not engaged and that could be your life in a split sec

  197. your brain is your safety, because there is no such thing as an accidental discharge, that is caused by negligence hence a negligent discharge can occur if you dont properly think and treat the firearm appropriatley. when you are faced in a REAL life or DEATH situation you dont want to be bumbling with a manual safety, and if you do use a firearm with a safety but dont carry it engaged you still have to take a split second to make sure its not engaged and that could be your life in a split sec

  198. your brain is your safety, because there is no such thing as an accidental discharge, that is caused by negligence hence a negligent discharge can occur if you dont properly think and treat the firearm appropriatley. when you are faced in a REAL life or DEATH situation you dont want to be bumbling with a manual safety, and if you do use a firearm with a safety but dont carry it engaged you still have to take a split second to make sure its not engaged and that could be your life in a split sec

  199. your brain is your safety, because there is no such thing as an accidental discharge, that is caused by negligence hence a negligent discharge can occur if you dont properly think and treat the firearm appropriatley. when you are faced in a REAL life or DEATH situation you dont want to be bumbling with a manual safety, and if you do use a firearm with a safety but dont carry it engaged you still have to take a split second to make sure its not engaged and that could be your life in a split sec

  200. your brain is your safety, because there is no such thing as an accidental discharge, that is caused by negligence hence a negligent discharge can occur if you dont properly think and treat the firearm appropriatley. when you are faced in a REAL life or DEATH situation you dont want to be bumbling with a manual safety, and if you do use a firearm with a safety but dont carry it engaged you still have to take a split second to make sure its not engaged and that could be your life in a split sec

  201. your brain is your safety, because there is no such thing as an accidental discharge, that is caused by negligence hence a negligent discharge can occur if you dont properly think and treat the firearm appropriatley. when you are faced in a REAL life or DEATH situation you dont want to be bumbling with a manual safety, and if you do use a firearm with a safety but dont carry it engaged you still have to take a split second to make sure its not engaged and that could be your life in a split sec

  202. your brain is your safety, because there is no such thing as an accidental discharge, that is caused by negligence hence a negligent discharge can occur if you dont properly think and treat the firearm appropriatley. when you are faced in a REAL life or DEATH situation you dont want to be bumbling with a manual safety, and if you do use a firearm with a safety but dont carry it engaged you still have to take a split second to make sure its not engaged and that could be your life in a split sec

  203. your brain is your safety, because there is no such thing as an accidental discharge, that is caused by negligence hence a negligent discharge can occur if you dont properly think and treat the firearm appropriatley. when you are faced in a REAL life or DEATH situation you dont want to be bumbling with a manual safety, and if you do use a firearm with a safety but dont carry it engaged you still have to take a split second to make sure its not engaged and that could be your life in a split sec

  204. your brain is your safety, because there is no such thing as an accidental discharge, that is caused by negligence hence a negligent discharge can occur if you dont properly think and treat the firearm appropriatley. when you are faced in a REAL life or DEATH situation you dont want to be bumbling with a manual safety, and if you do use a firearm with a safety but dont carry it engaged you still have to take a split second to make sure its not engaged and that could be your life in a split sec

  205. your brain is your safety, because there is no such thing as an accidental discharge, that is caused by negligence hence a negligent discharge can occur if you dont properly think and treat the firearm appropriatley. when you are faced in a REAL life or DEATH situation you dont want to be bumbling with a manual safety, and if you do use a firearm with a safety but dont carry it engaged you still have to take a split second to make sure its not engaged and that could be your life in a split sec

  206. your brain is your safety, because there is no such thing as an accidental discharge, that is caused by negligence hence a negligent discharge can occur if you dont properly think and treat the firearm appropriatley. when you are faced in a REAL life or DEATH situation you dont want to be bumbling with a manual safety, and if you do use a firearm with a safety but dont carry it engaged you still have to take a split second to make sure its not engaged and that could be your life in a split sec

  207. your brain is your safety, because there is no such thing as an accidental discharge, that is caused by negligence hence a negligent discharge can occur if you dont properly think and treat the firearm appropriatley. when you are faced in a REAL life or DEATH situation you dont want to be bumbling with a manual safety, and if you do use a firearm with a safety but dont carry it engaged you still have to take a split second to make sure its not engaged and that could be your life in a split sec

  208. your brain is your safety, because there is no such thing as an accidental discharge, that is caused by negligence hence a negligent discharge can occur if you dont properly think and treat the firearm appropriatley. when you are faced in a REAL life or DEATH situation you dont  want to be bumbling with a manual safety, and if you do use a firearm with a safety but dont carry it engaged you still have to take a split second to make sure its not engaged and that could be your life in a split sec

  209. your brain is your safety, because there is no such thing as an accidental discharge, that is caused by negligence hence a negligent discharge can occur if you dont properly think and treat the firearm appropriatley. when you are faced in a REAL life or DEATH situation you dont want to be bumbling with a manual safety, and if you do use a firearm with a safety but dont carry it engaged you still have to take a split second to make sure its not engaged and that could be your life in a split sec

  210. your brain is your safety,  because there is no such thing as an accidental discharge, that is caused by negligence hence a negligent discharge can occur if you dont properly think and treat the firearm appropriatley. when you are faced in a REAL life or DEATH situation you dont want to be bumbling with a manual safety, and if you do use a firearm with a safety but dont carry it engaged you still have to take a split second to make sure its not engaged and that could be your life in a split sec

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