Two people were in a car driving on U.S. 131. The passenger “accidentally” shot himself in the leg. The driver, naturally startled, then drove the car off the road, through a construction zone, and into a ditch. When officers arrived they applied a tourniquet to the victim’s leg and transported him to the hospital. Police […]
Tag Archives | discharge
My First Experience With The Sig Sauer P320 On a muggy afternoon about 2 years ago, I entered my local Bass Pro Shop to take a lo at a new handgun a friend of mine had suggested recently received high marks. That pistol was the Sig Sauer P320. The pistol was Sig Sauer’s newest rendition […]
The ConcealedCarry.com team spent 3 months researching, studying and analyzing 292 negligent discharges that occurred between December 2014 and November 2016. What we learned from this intensive study was both remarkable and surprising!! Listen in to find out why both the anti-gunners and gun-rights supporters have at times been wrong in their understanding of some […]
Regardless of their shooting experience, there is one aspect of gun ownership that is non negotiable and universal. Firearms safety is just something that cannot be compromised and there is no instructor worth their salt, who would disagree.
Here in the mountains of Colorado not to far from my home I got a reminder when reading the local news. Earlier in December 2015 a police office with the Aurora Police Department was confronting a criminal when he slipped on some ice.