Cops Keep Suing This Gun Giant Because Their Service Weapons Randomly Fire

Cops Keep Suing This Gun Giant Because Their Service Weapons Randomly Fire


“They’re the most goddamn unsafe thing on the planet,” one gun expert told VICE News.

In what should have been just another day in his near 50-year career in law enforcement, Bob Northrop was on patrol at a high school baseball game when he heard the unmistakable sound of a gunshot.

Within seconds, Northrop realized the bullet had come from his own service weapon, a Sig Sauer P320 handgun. And it had hit him in his left ankle.

“I looked around thinking, ‘I might have just been shot,’” Northrop said. “When I went to take a step after hearing that shot, I was unable to do so. Some folks out of the bleachers came over to my assistance and helped me over to a place to sit down.”

“Bottom line, it’s a public safety issue,” Northrop’s attorney Nicholas Gurney told VICE News. “Based on what we’ve learned and uncovered and alleged, this firearm, make and model, by design is capable of firing when the trigger isn’t pulled.”

To read the full Vice News article, click here.

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Nicholas Gurney

Nicholas Gurney is a Trial Attorney and Managing Partner at Gurney Law, PLLC. Nicholas serves as an Adjunct Professor of Legal Studies at the University of Central Florida and acts as a product safety advocate for clients in our community. Outside the office, Nicholas enjoys amateur woodworking and machining, trips to the dog park with his dog, Nate, and spending time with his niece and nephew, both of whom are wise beyond their years.