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Old May 26, 2010, 10:56 AM   #156
Brian Pfleuger
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Originally Posted by 2damold4this
Not that it will change your mind since you've been given several examples that you dismiss for various reasons but here is another:

Not several, but you have finally provided one single example.

I can not deny that it has, in fact, happened in modern American history.

It is almost exactly as I described in my previous post.

This happened approximately 10 years ago, 2,000,000 DGUs per year since then (more than half of which are inside the home) but still... so IF you're involved in a DGU I will acknowledge that there is approximately a 1/200,000 chance of "needing" a reload.
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