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Old 01-06-2013, 12:58 PM   #19451
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Okay, for the record...
Since I know it was mentioned in the drinking thread, I kinda broke Cinder's gun. Not really broke though. The trigger bar spring jumped. The internals were completely coated in grease, to the point of just being nasty, so I disassembled it, no problem, we cleaned it, and while reassembling it, putting the ejector and sear back in, that's what happened. Now the trigger bar hangs as limp as a boiled spaghetti noodle. The bar spring is supposed to press the bar upwards.

And now I'm smoking a cigar. And drinking a beer.
Sounds according to SOP to me
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Sounds according to SOP to me
Well, to be fair, it wasn't quite user error, and it wasn't quite a malfunction.

More like a user induced malfunction.
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Just had a thought while watching my wife n kid play outside.... How fun would it be to build a snow man, put tannerite inside and shoot it! ... Anyone able to try it?

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Civil Disobedience-wherever there is authority, there is a natural inclination to disobedience. Oppression breeds Rebellion
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Just had a thought while watching my wife n kid play outside.... How fun would it be to build a snow man, put tannerite inside and shoot it! ... Anyone able to try it?
We shall see...
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To beautiful of a day to suddenly be so damn sad.

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To beautiful of a day to suddenly be so damn sad.
I hear ya on that mon ami.....watchin her walk away to not know when you will see her again is the most painful thing to ever do I think.
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The Constitution is a shield, not a sword.

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The Constitution is a shield, not a sword.
The 2nd Amendment is the sword that protects the Constitution.
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The 2nd Amendment is the sword that protects the Constitution.
Aaron we have talked bout this.....

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The 2nd Amendment is the sword that protects the Constitution.
Sword? Seriously? What century do you live in man? We freaking have guns for that.
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