I'm about to watch this. An amateur gunsmith made a modification to her pistol and it went off in her holster. That's all I know as of this moment.
But I bet I know what it is.
My guess is, 1911, and the hammer and sear engagment. It was done in such a way that the sear was on the hammer hook, but when pressure was taken off the trigger, it didn't go back into a 'rest' state. On of the hardest thing to test for. And a slight jar will let it go. Bang in the holster.
Let's see, back in 10:
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