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    The Notts Chief Constable has assured his PCC that it wont happen again.

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    Just heard it on the radio !!!

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    Negligent discharge surely?

    Alan

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    And if an ordinary person had an accidental discharge of their firearm I'm sure the police would accept an apology & a promise it wont happen again .......

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    Quote Originally Posted by highseat6.5 View Post
    And if an ordinary person had an accidental discharge of their firearm I'm sure the police would accept an apology & a promise it wont happen again .......
    We would have lincence taken of us and more he should be put back on the beat or stuck some ware behind a desk
    Keep on going to the end you never no what's round the corner

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    Quote Originally Posted by DJC View Post
    We would have lincence taken of us and more he should be put back on the beat or stuck some ware behind a desk
    In all probability that'll be what happens to him.

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    wonder what would happen if it was one of us who had an ND, no such thing as AD as you need to be fiddling to make it go off Unless the gun was unsafe and faulty and went off in the holster ??? why was it loaded within that Scenario. i would be more than pissed if it was my kid .

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    As Paul says, the main question has to be why was it loaded, even if showing the public the type of weapons used, they should have had a safety tag installed to prevent loading, or were they actually showing the children, live firing! In which case they broke every firing range rule, but there again they assured us all it will not happen again, until next time.

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