posted on Apr, 22 2011 @ 03:52 PM
On a video I had seen, it said that he accidentally pressed the trigger when he was re-holstering. For those not aware there are two types of
accidental discharges. AD(Accidental Discharge) which is when there is a mechanical problem which can be caused by worn parts or a stuck firing pin
when cocking, obtrusion in your holster and for all scenarios your finger remained off the trigger. A ND(Negligent Discharge) is when your negligent
and fiddle with the trigger even when the safety is on and cause a round to be discharged. This is also considered a criminal act when occurring in an
area where you are not allowed to shoot. This event could be considered a ND, but who knows if Fox has there information correct. I conceal carry, and
this is generally one of the most important aspects of carrying that one should be familiar with before even picking up a firearm in ANY situation.