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Discussion in 'Sound Off (MichiganForums.com)' started by Scout 2, Oct 9, 2017.
One thing I have noticed is t
Look at it this way...if you're going to have a loaded pistol pointed at you, a restroom is probably the best place for that kinda thing.
Makes things more convenient, if you get my drift.
Holder's F&F making it's way up to Michigan or maybe Mike's guy just forgot to tape it behind the tank.....
Can't be Trumpo's fault. He never has to use the restroom. That's why he's so full of sh,'.
Could be out of state
I can carry in MI, and I live in Indiana
much like I mentioned on here before, we don't register Guns in Indiana, but we do visit wineries in TC
That's the first thing I thought when I heard it wasn't registered and I thought of Indiana specifically because there's no registration.
There's a GT County Sheriff sargeant in our camp I was just talking to. Turns out it was a vacationer from Colorado Springs, CO that left it. Sheriff is trying to get the story right now.
Seems he would have missed it by now and inquired with local PD to see if it was found.
A police issued handgun from the South Bend, Indiana Police Department was found lying in the street by a pedestrian 2 weeks ago. They still havent said which officer it belonged to and why it was lying in the rd.
That's why you never set valuables, or a gun, on the roof of your car. If the coffee cup falls on the street no biggie.
These stories happen all the time. I know a retired state trooper that has atleast a dozen stories of co-workers losing their gun. One guy left his in a phone booth on two occasions back in the day. A Google search will find a fair amount of stories where cops left their gun in a school bathroom. Here is a recent one.
When an Army private or any other rank would get caught with an unsecured weapon we'd make him tie it to his sorry butt for a week or two. That means sleep, eat, **** and shower with it. Showering with a weapon won't hurt it but it will make you have to clean it when you're done everytime too. This never failed to correct bad behavior.
Someone left his weapon unsecured. Yea, it's not safe for a kid or criminal to find but this has been happening since they were invented. If I were the judge on this cause I wouldn't pull his CPL, I'd make sure he never did something stupid like that again by using a creative method of memory improvement..