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Discussion in 'The Okie Corral' started by stricky, Feb 18, 2010.
Makes me feel all warm and fuzzy knowing these pros are looking out for me.
yeah and locales worry about one gun/month policy??? need to worry more about Fed LEOS losing weapons left/right!!
I'll be my left nut that the number of "lost" weapons by CCW license holders is only a fraction of that.
<-----has taken many, many stolen/lost firearm complaints over the years.
While any weapon lost is bad, 179 out of over 188,000 in service is pretty small percentage wise. Ask the government how many vehicles they can (cannot) account for, I'll bet the percentage is higher...
The sticky with me is that they could have been prevented with due diligence.
Our local police chief left his glock in the boys room at the high school. That went over really well.
Stop putting things into perspective. 0.095212 seems pretty low. When humans are involved, mistakes happen.
Actually, .000095212 meaning .009% Pretty small compared to the size of the inventory. You are certainly right about the human variable sir.
-27.9% of all statistics are made up by the way.:embarassed:
This topic is approaching ice cream cone status.