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    Deputy accidentally shoots himself at Florida gun range


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    Bet he doesn't make that mistake again!
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    "We only want law enforcement carrying guns in our stores because . . . because . . . ummmm. . . ."

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    "We only want law enforcement carrying guns in our stores because . . . because . . . ummmm. . . ."

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    Hmmmmm.

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    Hope he heals fast.

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    I'm telling you all that all of these Police need to have better firearms training and not just on the gun they carry.
    Watch any show like "LIVE PD" or "COPS" and look at how they handle a gun.
    This was a tragedy that never ever should happen to a gun toting professional.
    I'm hoping he will recover from this with no serious problems.
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    I will say that 95% of the officers are good with guns, It is the 5% I'm talking about.
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    Didn’t accidentally do anything. He negligently shot himself by doing something he shouldn’t have.
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    I've had three negligent discharges...






    but I love my kids so it's ok.😁

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    Sometimes people get so lax from doing something so many times they get into trouble especially with dangerous items.
    When I was a LEO a officer I had gone through the academy with and knew he had been a green beret in military, had gone to the training academy to teach recruits. He brought a.44 mag. to class loaded with blanks. He was going to show the recruits what a gunshot sounded like. He went to put the loaded gun into his belt, no holster and it went off. The wading and gasses went into his thigh. The damage was so bad they thought he might lose his leg.
    According to Doctors, he was so muscular that the damage was not as significant as might have been with someone in lesser condition that they were able to save his leg and he recovered completely returning to work.

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