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Old 05-08-2013, 04:44 AM   #951
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You may be a gun nut if it takes more than an hour to clean one gun cause you keep wiping until the cloth comes off completely white.
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You may be a gun nut if it takes more than an hour to clean one gun cause you keep wiping until the cloth comes off completely white.
Yeah, took me about 4 hours to clean 3 hand guns. Partially blame the fact that I was watching recordings of guns and ammo tv and trigger time tv lol
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How about when you spend an hour cleaning your handgun, wiping it until the cloth stays white...

And then later on that night, about 0200, you wake up in a cold sweat...
"I think I missed a spot..." And you CAN NOT get back to sleep until you've gone over "one last time..."

Or...
You clean until the cloth stays white, but clean it again 2 says later because you know it'll weep a little carbon over time.
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No idea if any of these are taken. I'm not sifting though 95 pages to find out. Here we go:

You might be a gun nut if:

You wear your new shoulder holster with a loaded firearm while doing household chores to determine whether it's livable or it goes on the pile with the rest.

Pets and family members disappear from sight the second they hear a bolt clack because they know they wont be getting any attention for at least an hour.

Every tool you own is thoroughly protected forever with an odd mixture of bluing, gun oil and bore butter. You are thinking of patenting it.

A new rifle or handgun will seem to always be within view, anywhere in the house, for a least 2 days after purchase.

At least one firearm in the collection can be field stripped and put back together blindfolded and/or one handed. There may be several videos.

You chuckle every time you see a product color described as “gun metal gray” because it looks so fake.

Every item of clothing goes well with camouflage.
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How about when you spend an hour cleaning your handgun, wiping it until the cloth stays white...

And then later on that night, about 0200, you wake up in a cold sweat...
"I think I missed a spot..." And you CAN NOT get back to sleep until you've gone over "one last time..."

Or...
You clean until the cloth stays white, but clean it again 2 says later because you know it'll weep a little carbon over time.
Or you spend hours cleaning your guns, just to turn around and shoot them in a few days because you had an itchy trigger finger.
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You may be a gun nut if you have larger

boxes of assorted used holters than the

local LGS...
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You may be a gun nut if you have larger

boxes of assorted used holters than the

local LGS...
You may be a gun nut if you hang onto those holsters, with the belief that "I may want to use that one someday!" Instead of reinvesting their value into something else!
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you might be a gun nut if you have been following this crazy thread the whole time and hope it goes to 1000 posts.
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You may be a gun nut if you hang onto those holsters, with the belief that "I may want to use that one someday!" Instead of reinvesting their value into something else!
Actually, I'm into cross-draw.

So I keep trying different configurations and

styles, which I guess isn't unusual, when you

are serious about CC, especially full size.
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you might be a gun nut if you have been following this crazy thread the whole time and hope it goes to 1000 posts.
ONLY 1000 ?
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