Canadian police pilots make an embarrassing mistake

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Canadian police pilots make an embarrassing mistake

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Postby Mitchverr » Wed 24 Jun 2015 20:52

#whoops

classic Canada, apologizing to the very end.
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Postby Mike » Thu 25 Jun 2015 04:39

Reminds me of Hangover.

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Postby The_Communist_Tsar » Thu 25 Jun 2015 04:56

Still not as bad as the CPS (Calgary Police Service) guy who lost his patrol AR and two magazines with 56 rounds of ammunition because he was "taking it home to clean it."
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Postby Holy_crap » Thu 25 Jun 2015 19:14

Whenever you hear people discuss oral on loudspeaker, we can only blame Canada now.
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Postby Mad22 » Fri 26 Jun 2015 14:39

The_Communist_Tsar wrote:Still not as bad as the CPS (Calgary Police Service) guy who lost his patrol AR and two magazines with 56 rounds of ammunition because he was "taking it home to clean it."



Sat waaaaaat.

How just what I don't understand.
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Re: Canadian police pilots make an embarrassing mistake

Postby Tirak » Fri 26 Jun 2015 14:59

Mad22 wrote:
The_Communist_Tsar wrote:Still not as bad as the CPS (Calgary Police Service) guy who lost his patrol AR and two magazines with 56 rounds of ammunition because he was "taking it home to clean it."



Sat waaaaaat.

How just what I don't understand.


Well it's not a great thing for shelf life of the spring to have the magazine fully loaded, so it's pretty common in law enforcement to not fully load them. So, 2x30 round magazines with 28 rounds per magazine make 56. It's just good practice for extending service life.
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Re: Canadian police pilots make an embarrassing mistake

Postby Mad22 » Fri 26 Jun 2015 18:12

It was more the managing to lose it that confused me Tirak.

I looked up the story and yeah the officer involved decided to go clean his gun at home but on the way home stopped to have something to eat at midnight in a dark car park leaving the gun case on his back seat unsecured.

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