Mechanical failure or accidental discharge??

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You still here? thought I banned you a while back.

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I thought I banned you 1st!

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Pfffttt…I am constipated. I am un bannable.

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Looks like the discharge issue is happening.
Here is vid showing that it does happen and SIG did offer an upgrade aka fix.

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Good super sleuthing @Grenz45 !

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Seems to me you’re more unpluggable than unbannable :joy::rofl:

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Where’s those gummy bears that were advertised here?

Those will get him moving :rofl::rofl::rofl:

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:joy::rofl::smile:

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That’s it you 2 are…

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EAT :poop::poop::poop: &:skull_and_crossbones:

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Glad I bought a Glock g45

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This video demonstrates the problems that these pistols had when first released. It was widely publicized and that is why the fix was offered. The article in this thread appears to describe the gun going off without any external force.
It may be the same problem but is not described as such. There is information missing in the story of the discharge. I have only heard about one rifle (early Rem700 I think but don’t quote me) that had a trigger that went off by itself.

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A little more info…