The following excerpt is from an article that originally appeared on The Truth About Guns
“Channel 2 investigative reporter Aaron Diamant obtained a copy of an emergency order by Morrow’s (Alabama) Chief of Police pulling his department’s new Sig Sauer pistols off the streets immediately,” wsbtv.com reports.
While the gun maker plans to roll out a fix, the chief told Diamant between the safety of his officers and the public and the potential liability, he had no choice but to act now.
Especially that liability part. If a member of the public was injured by a cop’s dropped “pre-enhancement” SIG SAUER P320 it could cost the government involved millions of dollars.
The Dallas PD started the trend — igniting the drop-safe story in the first place — by pulling two officers’ P320’s from service. As this continues to play out, it looks like SIG’s loss could well be GLOCK’s gain.
Callaway bought 30 P320’s for the department just a few…post was originally published on this site