IT'S BROKEN! Glock 40 vs John Deere EXCAVATOR

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IT'S BROKEN!  Glock 40 vs John Deere EXCAVATOR

The last glock 40 operations rendered the hi point disabled. This week I had an excavator (John Deere 120) at my house so I tested if the powerful machine could fix the glock 40. This is a next level operation. Don’t try this at home. Click and watch if you need a tutorial on how to operate an excavator. And see the final moments of my famous Glock 40. The title of this video is: IT’S BROKEN! Glock 40 vs John Deere EXCAVATOR

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"Many firearms, including Glocks, are designed to be carried loaded with a round in the chamber. Unless the trigger is pulled, requiring a rather intentional effort with a Glock, they are completely safe. This was a goofy, pointless experiment, but his allegations that this was dangerous were invalid. If you mess with the trigger in some way, then yes. With an unmolested trigger, it really doesn’t matter what you do with the gun, loaded or not, perhaps aside from tossing it in the fireplace. They don’t discharge without pulling the trigger, ever, period. I’ve carried loaded and chambered Sigs and Glocks for decades. They’re totally safe. If someone is unable to NOT pull the trigger, they might be the kind of individual who should put their car in park and shut off the engine to avoid flooring the gas pedal at red lights, careening into oncoming traffic! This is probably not the type of person who should own firearms!"

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