Derringer in a coat pocket. What could go wrong?
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There is an interesting case in Wisconsin where a Concealed Carry Weapon license (CCW) holder has been charged with “negligent operation or handling of a dangerous weapon”. From jsonlin:
According to the criminal complaint, Marvin W. Jackson, 34, was shopping in the Burlington Coat Factory at 3700 Durand Ave. After he took of his jacket and laid it on a rack while he tried on another, his female companion picked up Jackson’s jacket and laid it over her arm because he had forgotten it on a rack earlier.
But as she did, Jacson’s silver .38 caliber two-shot derringer fell out, hit the ground and fired a shot that pierced three sweatshirts before lodging in the metal display rack. The couple quickly left the store.