A Pasco county SRO recently had an ND in the cafeteria of the school he is assigned to. They are claiming his gun, which was in a level 3 retention holster, went off while the SRO was leaning against a wall.
Pasco county deputies carry Sig Sauer P320’s in a level 3 retention holster. Simply leaning against the wall with a level 3 holster is not going to pull the 5.5 pound trigger on the P320, since the holster should cover the trigger. He was playing with it. There is no other possible answer.
joemedic · May 5, 2019 at 4:11 am
Except that the 320 is famous for ND's all on its own.
Divemedic · May 5, 2019 at 7:04 pm
When dropped, if it lands on the back of the slide. Unless the SRO was break dancing, how can a weapon that is holstered discharge? I still think this is an example of a cop playing with his weapon, and the drop history is a convenient excuse.
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