Short story, some rocket scientist was shooting their KSG when the aftermarket foregrip broke off, and the shooter proceeded to shoot off part of his hand in the process. Now they are suing Kel-Tec and the foregrip mfr.
Man Files Suit against Kel-Tec, ProMag, After Shooting Accident - The Firearm Blog
SOOOOOOOO........... already the naysayers are getting their 2 bits in regarding the shitty QC of the Kel-Tec brand, the use of cheap equipment = fail, the fact that bullpups are evil (it wouldn't have happened if the gun was longer) etc. Really interesting to see all the armchair assholes (I mean admirals) contributing their fountains of wisdom to the fray.
This surfaced because the lawyers looking for a payday are looking for "technical experts" to help nail this one down.
What I don't get is even if you were in a "it broke apart in my hands" situation, how hard can you be to keep your finger on the trigger? Is it just me? Am I in a minority where "trigger discipline" is intrinsically practiced? Even my left-eye dominant wife knows better. I don't know... I don't know the details so I am speaking from the outside looking in.