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Old 09-30-2012, 02:36 AM   #6591
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Been remodeling rentals on my days off... By far the hardest part in all of them? Stripping these metal doors down... Done 6 so far just like this...
Will be SO GLAD to be done with these damn things!!!!!

Taking a scotch break right now ... Damn I wish I was down on the range...



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Old 09-30-2012, 04:24 AM   #6593
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My son being "cool" with the Ruger after cleaning.
DISCLAIMER: the firearm was triple-checked empty and safe, mag was removed, and there were no bullets anywhere in the room at the time. DISCLAIMER
Look at his finger though! He's a great lad with the rules!
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My son being "cool" with the Ruger after cleaning.
DISCLAIMER: the firearm was triple-checked empty and safe, mag was removed, and there were no bullets anywhere in the room at the time. DISCLAIMER
Look at his finger though! He's a great lad with the rules!
If he is properly trained in the safe operation of firearms there is no need for a disclaimer. Looks like he is safe to me! Good looking boy you have there.
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If he is properly trained in the safe operation of firearms there is no need for a disclaimer. Looks like he is safe to me! Good looking boy you have there.
He's better trained than many adult gun owners, sadly (for them) lol! We do drills, he practices loading mags... He's my wingman! Also, we do things like leave firearms on the coffee table and hide and watch, and he never fails to run and get me or his mom double-time.
It's sad... My in-laws want a firearm for HD, but when they found out we were carrying in level-2 retention holsters he made us disarm (well, the wife did; I chose to wait in the car lol). How could you feel safe having one in your home for HD when the very thought of one in the house (not even their house... My mom-in-law's timeshare) makes you wet your kecks? I tried to explain to them that that type of irrational fear was more dangerous than anything else, but you can imagine how that went... Ugh... Anyway... Sorry. I got carried away there...

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He's better trained than many adult gun owners, sadly (for them) lol! We do drills, he practices loading mags... He's my wingman! Also, we do things like leave firearms on the coffee table and hide and watch, and he never fails to run and get me or his mom double-time.
It's sad... My in-laws want a firearm for HD, but when they found out we were carrying in level-2 retention holsters he made us disarm (well, the wife did; I chose to wait in the car lol). How could you feel safe having one in your home for HD when the very thought of one in the house (not even their house... My mom-in-law's timeshare) makes you wet your kecks? I tried to explain to them that that type of irrational fear was more dangerous than anything else, but you can imagine how that went... Ugh... Anyway... Sorry. I got carried away there...

Here is the newest addition!
Instead of playing board games when the power goes out my boys will time each other stripping and re-assembling different guns. Great fun, but momma doesn't like it so much.
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Instead of playing board games when the power goes out my boys will time each other stripping and re-assembling different guns. Great fun, but momma doesn't like it so much.
She'll appreciate it when zombies (or some actual, non-fantasy) threat comes and they're feeding you like group captain Lionel Mandrake did Gen. Jack D. Ripper! Lol!
If anyone gets that, they must be as bored, sad, and really into historical satire as I am
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She'll appreciate it when zombies (or some actual, non-fantasy) threat comes and they're feeding you like group captain Lionel Mandrake did Gen. Jack D. Ripper! Lol!
If anyone gets that, they must be as bored, sad, and really into historical satire as I am
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[QUOTE=PrimePorkchop;959086]Been remodeling rentals on my days off... By far the hardest part in all of them? Stripping these metal doors down... Done 6 so far just like this...
Will be SO GLAD to be done with these damn things!!!!!

Taking a scotch break right now ... Damn I wish I was down on the range...


Would an angle grinder and 40 grit lap disc make quicker work of this project?
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That's a good one!!! Thanks to you courtjester!
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