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Customer asks to see AR, pulls loaded mag from pocket
for instant armed robbery
l'm gonna do
AN called a pro-gamer move.
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    • The staff laughs hysterically as they get to gun down some dumbass who loaded a gun with no firing pin
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    • What store doesn't have trigger locks?
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    • Please tell me this is just a meme. What type of dumbass store doesn’t have locks on their guns.
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    • And was then shot by every person in the store
      CryoNova 24 jun
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    • Pro gamer. Exactly. Because gamers don't know how REAL guns work. Trigger lock. No firing pin. Stores can't sell guns without adhering to safety laws because this type of thing has happened before
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    • Don’t they lock the trigger? I can’t imagine someone being this dumb
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    • Each employee in every gun store I've been in has a pistol on their hip, I guarantee this would not end well for anyone that would try this
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    • This is true, and happened back in 2017. Deputies arrested Gregory Franklin Westfall behind the store in a wooded area. They say he still had the AR-15 and was wearing ballistic armor when he was taken into custody without incident. The video was released by the Berkeley County Sheriff’s Office.
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    • The dude who gave him the gun
      No_Anime 24 jun
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    • They take the firing pin out for this exact thing 😂
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    • All display models have the firing pins removed for this occasion. But for sake of this meme...let’s pretend it was still in. Now you have a loaded AR in a gun store with every employee open carrying a gun.
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    • At every gun store in southern Louisiana, the owners and workers are packing heat. Try that shit and you'll be the owner of several new holes of varying size.
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    • Liberals really don't know how the world works, do they
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    • Gun store that I use to work at we took all firing pins out and didn’t put them until a customer bought and we said “let’s go get the box”
      aloucard 24 jun
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    • Gun fact! Firing pins are usually removed from display guns for reasons such as this. A good standard is to have a trigger lock on all display guns. Just in case!
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    • Most likely has a trigger lock or the pin was taken out anyway so that guy is dead as hell
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    • Why was the firing pin in?
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    • Genius go rob a gun store I see no way of this going wrong
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    • Robbing a gun store is the dumbest shit you can possibly do, I’m sure some snowflake is going to try and use this to advertise gun control.. BUT! Firing pins are removed from display weapons, it’s a chunk of metal at that point. Their concealed weapons on the other hand...
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    • One store in Tulsa has no trigger locks but all of the sales people carry so you would be dead instantly
      egwill 25 jun
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    • Did he being his own firing pin too?
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    • Trinityyy the ol switcharoo
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    • Nah this has to be fake. They have so many safety’s when the gun is in the store
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    • Yeah I'm sure that worked out. Everybody in that store has a gun on their hip and is just WAITING to plug someone.
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    • Every other customer proceeds to pull out their own guns, and aims at the robber.
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    • In Texas, he would have been shot the moment he put his hand in his pocket
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    • Um definitely not all have firing pins removed. Everyone I’ve purchased cake right off the display rack and into the box. Fill out paperwork pay and left and fired
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    • Aren’t there metal detectors in gun shops? The one where I live does so people don’t walk in with bullets/magazines.
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    • You do realize that every employee at a gun store is armed right
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    • This would be pretty smart, if the gun wasn't trigger locked
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    • All these people thinkin they're smart as hell don't put themselves in that cashiers shoes. It's doubtful the man was informed about a trigger lock, and he sure as hell wasn't going to risk being shot by acting cocky over a lock.
      1_Cat 25 jun
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    • Not a gun guy but I would think there would be some kind of mechanism or way the displays are built to prevent this obviously possible thing from happening.
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    • My old gun store sold bullets and guns at the same time. I asked him about this very scenario at which point I pulled out an uzi, a standard glock both within his arm reach and then took two steps over to the other register and pulled out a sawed off pump action. At that point I was like "aw yes."-
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    • For everyone saying they pull the fireing pin or have a trigger lock, not always, i have bought guns where they removed the trigger lock to let me hold it and it was the last one so they just grabbed the box from the back and sold it to me as is which ment it always had it's pin.
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    • Actually most gun stores take the firing pins out of their guns so they can’t fire
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    • Anyone know where the full vid is?
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    • Removing of firing pins is NOT common practice and further still, this practice can hold the store liable for improper reassembly.
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    • American moment
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    • Most gun shops carry. Someone can pull it from a holster and cock it before he would even get the mag in the gun or rack it
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    • They don't have firing pins you tards
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    • Why the hell was the firing pin in the fuckin thing
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    • That wouldn’t work. Those guns on display are disabled in some way(usually no firing pin) for that reason.
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    • I really don’t know much about guns, but you’d have to fucking imagine they’d have something to prevent this from happening right? Is it a fake post?
      Ravens 24 jun
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    • That 100% didn’t happen
      MyBad 25 jun
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    • aint firing pins removed from display models?
      ATexanGuy 25 jun
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    • bro like every store has trigger locks and shit this is fake
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    • When you pick up amo for a gun you don’t have yet
      josh17400 24 jun
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    • That’s why you remove firing pins from display guns
      CRS6132 24 jun
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    • Dont gun stores usually take the striker pin out on display guns?
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    • Every reputable gun store either removes the firing pins for display weapons or has trigger locks installed on them. No to mention armed staff to defend themselves.
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    • Blah blah, trigger locks remove firing pin from bolt blah. Next
      FLuXX_PwR 24 jun
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      FurryPorn 24 jun
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    • holy shitttt
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    • GuN sToReS aRe A gReAt IdEa ThOuGh
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    • Pawn shops and gun store owners and workers are packing in Texas the second the see the loaded mag their is at least 3 guns being drawn to put the phyco down
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    • I can say it’s not wise to rob a gun store
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    • Remove the firing pins, Brainiac
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    • I see all these comments about firing pins being removed and I cap tell you that every single gun I’ve sold while working at a gun store was fire ready. There’s a reason we all carry a firearm while working.
      JaceBabe 27 jun
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    • The firing pin would most likely be removed until the gun is purchased
      Xile523 27 jun
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    • “They take the firing pin out” Not all stores do. The gunshops near me don’t.
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    • The dumbest thing you can do is try and rob a gun store
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    • Except most people in a gun store have a gun. Bet thats fake news
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    • Could be a pawn shop or something
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    • The guns have the firing pins in guys...
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    • I think this took place in a pawn shop. That’s why the guy wasn’t gunned down the moment he took out a mag.
      Sugars 27 jun
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    • This must be up north
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    • Lmao good luck firing a gun without a firing pin
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    • No he woulda got shot fast gun shop guys all open carry and are ready to go
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    • That’s a pawn shop. Got bikes and a whole lotta dumb shit in the background. Prolly why they didn’t have locks or removed pins.
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    • Owners are idiots, put locks on the guns (some even remove the pins inside it) and every employee I've seen at gun stores carries a loaded handgun
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    • That's a very quick way to get shot....
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    • If this is true then the gun store sh
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    • I've seen the video. The store clerk starts blasting but the guy gets away
      pyro_dtd 27 jun
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    • Imagine thinking those is real because every store either has chamber locks, a gun with no bolt, no firing pin, or a lock around the trigger.
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    • And the firing pin was taken out, so the owner pulled is own gun and shot him. Lol
      dml23 27 jun
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    • This was at a pawn shop and they didn’t have the firing pin removed and trigger wasn’t trigger locked
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    • They never have a fire pin you dense ass.
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    • But wait that's illegal. I guess more laws would prevent this
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    • It wasn't in a gun store, people. This happened in a Pawn Shop.
      Bambi 26 jun
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    • Because everyone is taking a knee anymore and I thought u wanted a blowjob
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    • Just shot him in the knee cap and then grab him point the gun onto his spine and then threaten him to leave him paralyzed... well if your behind him that is
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    • People seriously need to fucking find the video before they make dumbass assumptions like "Oh ThE fIrInG pIn WaS rEmOvEd." It literally shows the dude run out of the store then fire a few shots at the store front. Is it really that hard to look for the source to see if you are wrong?
      JewManG 26 jun
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    • Reminds me of that scene from The Good The Bad and The Ugly
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    • Looks like a pawn shop, with all the junk in the pictures
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    • I would have taken the whole assembly out of it beforehand.
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    • The gun worked and he shot at everyone but the only person hurt was him.
      Stewie 26 jun
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    • And then get shot 800 times
      tanjesus 26 jun
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    • Saw this on active self protection first
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    • False
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    • Instant robber, it’s like instant rice, but a crime
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    • Why is there no trigger lock? That's BASIC shit. Never walked into a gun shop that didnt have those on every single rifle and pistol there
      JoHnWaCkk 26 jun
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    • Is he a customer?
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    • Trigger locks
      logibear1 26 jun
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    • And was then shot by fucking everyone in the store
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    • Aren’t the firing pins usually out?
      Viloff 26 jun
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    • BYOM bring your own mag
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    • They don’t have firing pins if they are on display.
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    • Anyone thought about maybe having the firing pin removed till the gun is purchased? No? Just me ok...
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