Cop Glocked?

KINGSTON — A fellow officer took life-saving steps to help a Kingston police officer who suffered a serious gunshot wound to his right leg while training at the police department’s firing range off Dorre Road Wednesday afternoon.
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6 Responses to Cop Glocked?

  1. warhorse says:

    next town over from me. and honestly I’m not surprised at all. kingston is one of those police departments that has more money than brains. they could get a contract with Sig Sauer Academy to use their ranges for half the cost of maintaining their own. but they have to spend that asset forfeiture loot somehow….

    I saw one of them with a police-marked M1078 the other day ( http://www.military-today.com/trucks/m1078_lmtv.htm ). why they need one of these I have no idea.

  2. Kevin says:

    They misspelled “negligent discharge” in the article.

  3. 1980XLS says:

    Ironic: Transported to Exeter Hospital. (The same city where Sig Sauers are made.)
    One would think all the LEOs in NH would use Sigs, being they are made in NH

  4. Elmo says:

    “We encourage the officers to shoot on a regular basis to keep them perfect with their firearms and to practice officer safety.”

    Perfect!

  5. Anderson says:

    The incidents of cops, and others, accidentally shooting themselves with a Glock is highly underreported. A trigger safety is not a safety.

  6. Westcoastdeplorable says:

    Moar training and spare him none!

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