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Old January 10, 2013, 09:51 AM   #23
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Either someone bubba'd a 1911 trigger job, or, more likely, they're too embarrassed to admit they messed up.
I highly doubt that..A LE handgun cannot be modified in any way if the officer is carrying it.

He was off duty, so it might have been his personal gun. So a small part of my mind is contradicting itself.

I'm going to just say it had to have been the strength of that magnet that cause the firing pin to blow forward.

I really want to know how this happened. It's grinding my gears lol.
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