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    • That's actually smart as fuck
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    • Most (Smart) places that sell guns would remove the firing pin or put on a trigger lock for this exact reason
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    • Background: He was at a shitty thrift store and it actually happened. its on video on YouTube. hes was eventually shot and killed by the shop owner who was carrying concealed, after the assailant began a gun fight. like so others see
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    • for those wondering what happened, the firing pin wasn’t in the bolt so the worker there pulled out their gun and dropped him
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    • No firing pin on the ones that are on display, now you're trying to rob a gun store without a weapon when all the dudes that work there are armed, good job
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    • Most GOOD gun stores have either firing pins removed or locks going through the receiver. This is just a stupid gun store. Should not have happened.
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    • That's why proper gun dealers have trigger locks and keep them locked. Now here comes the anti gun people
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    • If you look on youtube, they have the security footage of this. The gun did in fact have a firing pin, and a short shootout between the man picture and the employees ensued before the man made it to the door and ran. (Cant 100% remember the whole thing, but that's the jist)
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    • That sounds like a good idea but now you're robbing a place that most likely everyone in is armed
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    • I worked at a local gun store in the South. Every gun in the gun counter was ready for use, but all of the gun counter employees were older guys - armed to the tits and itchin for someone to pull something like this.
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    • Incredibly fake, not only do display guns not have firing pins but every single gun store employee in a place like that is carrying along with most customers. He’d be dropped in 2 seconds
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    • Well that's why 99% of places have trigger locks on. Either that, or everyone behind the counter is armed and highly trained, or both.
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    • They normally remove the firing pin from shelf weapons and the staff is armed
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    • Still not better than burying vodka in the ground before the festival is built around it then showing up with the homies and a treasure map.
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    • You can watch the whole video online. He went to a pawn shop to look at it, and pulled out a magazine to Rob the place. The owner pulled out his hand and they exchanged a few shots. Real gun shops and sporting goods stores do remove the firing pins
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    • There’s a lock in the chamber so you can’t fire it so this is dumb
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    • Its not a gun store, its a pawn shop, thats why theres still a firing pin
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    • Do you realize all of the employees are armed and practically aching to defend themselves?
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    • Why didn't it have a trigger lock?
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    • aswell as having no firing pins they also have trigger locks so you can't even touch the trigger if you liked the top comment you are disabled
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    • The guns all have trigger locks on and no firing pins
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    • Every gun store I’ve been to the guy behind the counter is packing bigger shit then what’s on sale
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    • Pulling a gun on gun store employees is how you get turned into Swiss cheese.
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    • Almost all gun shops I've been to, including gun shows have some sort of lock on that gun . Even so, trying to rob a gun store has got to be the dumbest thing ever
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    • What kind of dumbass tries to rob a gun store, it is the one place guaranteed to have both staff and customers armed to the nines.
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    • Have display models with no firing pin and suddenly this guy is a retard.
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    • Might not be the smartest thing to rob a gun store
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    • Aside from trigger locks and firing pin removal and shit (which I've never seen at any gun store tbh), I always see a pistol on the hip of every gun store employee. He wouldn't get far in my area
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    • Most gun stores have a trigger lock or remove the firing pin.
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    • Two words "Trigger Lock"
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    • Every gun store employee already has 1 in the chamber. This is a great way to commit suicide.
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    • The guy checked to make sure the gun works then loaded it. Then he got shot because pawn shops dont fuxk with fools
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    • Along with the firing pin mentioned in top comment, most of not all states require by law that guns in the store have some kind of lock on them.
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    • What kinda gun shop has guns withoit trigger locks?
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    • Aren't the guns locked so you can't fire them to prevent things like this?
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    • They have trigger and sometimes chamber locks, the firing pins are removed as well so none of the bullets would fucking fire😂 the gun is would essentially be a better weapon at that point if he were to bash it into the head of the cashier
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    • Firing pins in? Trigger lock not on? Somebody messed up
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    • Dumbasses gun stores would have a lock on the trogger
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    • Most gun shop people carry, this is how you get shot
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    • But wouldn’t the firing pin not be in the gun and wouldn’t the trigger be locked?
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    • Christ what back alley gun shop was this where the gun has no locks on the chamber and trigger guard
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    • Where’s the trigger lock?? This dealer is gonna lose their license
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    • Why the fuck didn’t they zip tie the price tag through the mag feed and chamber like an actual store would
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    • Every gun shop and sporting goods store I've seen either have bolt locks, trigger locks, or both
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    • Most of the time show rifles have no firing pin
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    • Thats why most display guns don't have firing pins in them.
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    • He was able to fire off some rounds but the store employees shot him in the process theres even videos of it on YouTube.
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    • i work for a company that sells guns, every gun in the store has a trigger lock and all licensed gun sellers are required by law to have such a thing on all weapons. so this is some hot trash. white people amirite
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    • Only fucking retarded store don’t put trigger locks on their displays. Coming from somebody who works retail in a store with firearms.
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    • Rob the fucking gun store? You’re asking to get fucking clapped.
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    • That guy would be full of holes as soon as the mag tuched the magwell if that was at my work. At the very least he was going to steal the gun (if not kill the dude too). a guy willing to steal a gun like that is planing to use it.
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    • Wrong. The firing pin is always removed until purchase.
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    • This different isn’t a gun shop, from what I understand gun shops are required by law to put locks in the guns while they’re on display to come them from loading ammo like in this exact situation
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    • That’s a good way to get yourself shot by multiple workers from multiple angles. That would probably be the worst place to rob, unless that was a big 5, but i don’t think they carry ar-15s
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    • Lol that's why now a days they have these trigger locks that fit around the guard so you cant use the trigger. Most if not all the gun stores here have them
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    • Liberal propaganda to get people against guns
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    • An AR?.... Did... Did he try to rob a gun store? If this kid dies then it’s natural selection. Why the fuck would you rob a gun store?
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    • Don't they put locks on the gun to prevent that?
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    • My first thought was “Wow that’s actually genius” but then I thought about it for a second and they probably all have trigger locks in stores
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    • Most, if not all of the display models have trigger locks and/or removed fire pins. This is highly unlikely but if it actually happened, the store owner needs to be slapped around for incompetence.
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    • Probably walmart, actual gun stores aremt that dumb and have 5 guys that would shoot you before you could even gett the magazine in.
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    • They remove firing pins so that doesn’t happen
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    • What worthless stores don't put trigger locks on literally every gun up for sale??
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    • Why would you not remove the firing pin?
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    • This is either fake or the shopkeepers were dipshits usually they have locks and don't have the firing pin in
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    • Surprised they left the firing pins on guns on the wall
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    • Most intelligent gun merchants remove the firing pins from any display models for this exact reason
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    • This is fake lol they don’t have the firing pins in the displays for that exact reason . But people will believe anything you tell them
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    • don’t they remove the firing pins in guns on display in stores?
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    • A smart salesman would have a trigger lock or at the very least remove the bolt.
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    • Uhhh there's always a trigger lock on em
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    • That’s why the gun store should remove the firing pins untill sold
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    • Why would anyone rob a gun store? Your legit surround by other people with guns. And the store owner is definitely going to have a loaded gun handy.
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    • Except in every real gun shop they keep a lock so the trigger can’t pull 😂
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    • Most places remove the firing pin for this reason
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    • Wait, isn't it required to put trigger locks on firearms in stores? Employees had to be hella stupid to pull this off.
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    • Arent the triggers on those locked?
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    • That’s why it’s preferable to have trigger locks on display guns. That’s coming from someone that sells guns for a living (retail not cartel) and had someone attempt to do the same thing
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    • Mfw a place that sells firearms doesnt keep a trigger lock, chamber lock, or receiver lock
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    • Saw this video, the guy gets fucked up by the owner. If I am remembering correctly
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    • That’s why guns stores have trigger locks on them now
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    • FUCK now we gotta ban pants pockets
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    • Every single gun dealer is armed, this wouldn’t work, he would be shot before it clicked in. Fake news.
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    • 1. It was a pawn shop 2. Im believe the two owners immediately drew their own guns and returned fire
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    • I'd blame the dumbass in the shop that didn't have a trigger lock or something similar on the gun
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    • No firing pin there is also a lock on the trigger plus there is a block in the magazine chamber making this impossible and fake news
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    • That's fucking bright. Not only are the guns locked up when they give it to you, Everyone in a gunstore Carry's a loaded gun
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    • This must be in some sort of pawn shop because in any gun store he'd be blown away the instant he put the mag in the gun
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    • Firing pin or not the other store clerks are gonna play shoot the retard
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    • If its a pawn shop they have firing pins
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    • robbing a gun shop while its open is probably in top 10 ways to kill urself in a hurry
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    • Usually they have trigger locks
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    • I've seen this video before. It's a pawn shop, and of course all the people in it carried a gun, and they shot and killed him.
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    • Guy did this in Texas and got shot by 6 people
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    • Stores in cali are required to have mag blocks in all display weapons. The only good gun law we have tbh
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    • A lot of stores remove the firing pin don't they? Either way, he's about to find why every gun store employee has a Carry permit...
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    • if i learned anything from gta is that you dont rob a gun store
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