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Old 09-10-2010, 09:20 PM   #1
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I wonder if I can use the wifes front loading dryer for a tumbler if I use enough media?



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Old 09-10-2010, 09:27 PM   #2
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I think she would probably use you for a backstop if you do.

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Really man

You burn up our bandwidth with stupid crap like that......

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Just remember to use a Downy tactical dryer sheet.

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Only if you post video.


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C'mon Tango, Ill bet you have done it too.

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It's the best way to clean up your loaded ammo as well. Just toss the ammo, set it on high heat and stand directly in front. Wait for the BANG, if it doesn't happen reset the timmer and repeat until you get shot in the junk.

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I would disconnect the heater element. The dust from the corn cob media settles on the heater element and when temperature get high enough, the smoke detectors go off.

Or you could disconnect the smoke detectors, have hooks from the ceiling and do you own hams.

j/k if someone thinks I'm serious.

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Seriously? No, really, seriously?



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