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Old September 27, 2012, 09:18 AM   #60
MLeake
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dahermit, aside from aesthetics, and symbolism, the other issue which has nothing to do with potential mechanical failure is one of potential bias issues with a prosecutor or jury.

How many threads have there been about not removing a magazine disconnect or other safety device from a carry weapon?

The point has been made by quite a few that this could be used by an overzealous prosecutor to paint a defendant as reckless. After all, he removed a safety device!

The odds of this happening are probably about as low as the odds of an individual lock failure. But, for many, it is an added concern.
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