Yesterday's AJC has an article about a LEO that was fired for pulling his gun at a girl's softball game. The LEO said he did not attempt to fire the gun, but that it "would not have been able to fire because the clip fell out of it." I understand there are some auto loaders that won't fire without a magazine, but I don't own any. So, I don't know who makes them or how common they are. I thought it was a little odd that they would be issued to LEOs. I understand there is some benefit to be gained from being able to hit the magazine release if you get into a struggle over your gun, thus rendering it unable to fire. I also understand some people think this feature should be standard to avoid negligent discharges, because of a common belief by those unfamiliar with guns that removing the magazine renders them unloaded. I don't like the feature, and wouldn't think LEOs would, either. What do others think?