From May 2012
“FYI/SA – A Lordsburg BPA (Border Patrol Agent) fell off his ATV while in training today. The fall was precipitous and required a short visit to the hospital. There was some collateral damage, the BPA’s P2000 handgun. It is believed that his CSB, given the location behind the gun, may have created the torque necessary for this result.” -Anonymous Field Training Officer
What does this teach us? There’s value in all metal guns that take a licking and keep on ticking. There’s a reason the AK-47 is so prevalent in every crappy corner of the planet, it just keeps on working under the harshest of environments.
Makes me think twice about my zombie apocalypse loadout…