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Old 02-13-2014, 03:23 AM   #151
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People who think that because Glock can design and manufacture a pistol using polymers, that polymers are perfectly fine for Ar-15 lower receivers.

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Folks that think they are the only ones that ever started shooting when they only had 1 number in their age, and have to berate and belittle what you shoot( I stopped going to two ranges that might have had more lanes and distances, but were further away, because of jerkoffs running the range... ) and tell you you must be weak( when they clearly see you walk with a cane) if you aren't shooting a "500" of some sort(or 44 mag.)
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Folks that think they are the only ones that ever started shooting when they only had 1 number in their age, and have to berate and belittle what you shoot( I stopped going to two ranges that might have had more lanes and distances, but were further away, because of jerkoffs running the range... ) and tell you you must be weak( when they clearly see you walk with a cane) if you aren't shooting a "500" of some sort(or 44 mag.)
I don't have any physical handicaps, thank God. I enjoy shooting smaller caliber guns too. Honestly, I enjoy shooting all guns. AR's, lever actions, revolvers, side by sides, bolt actions and anything else you can name! All calibers from .22 shorts up to .45-70! In my opinion, a gun doesn't have to be a huge caliber to be fun. But by the same token, your small gun doesn't have to only be a .22. I find mouse guns very fun to shoot.

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Old 02-13-2014, 08:32 AM   #154
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A woman that plays hard to get by putting on a gillie suit and camo paint.
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Pray she doesn't have a Barrett and a box or two of Ammo!
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A woman that plays hard to get by putting on a gillie suit and camo paint.
Or the one's that point a gun at you and scream, "Leave now or I'll call the cops!"
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Excessive ,unnecessary over -oiling of firearms.
Seriously.come on,now.
I know it guards against rust and corrosion but I hate when I buy a used gun(or even new) and oil is dripping out of the magwell,out of the trigger and even the magazine is soaked in it.Apply it only where it needs it.
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True that! Looked at several today at a local Gun Show. One guy had a "Private sale"(mind you I was just there for whatever cheap Ammo I could get...) and picked up this Guy's 3 SIGS on a Table,..all of them felt like they had a bath in Light grade motor oil! Guy at the next table was giving out vinyl exam gloves to handle Guns...( too bad he wanted $750 for an S&W 41.. )
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Excessive ,unnecessary over -oiling of firearms.
Seriously.come on,now.
I know it guards against rust and corrosion but I hate when I buy a used gun(or even new) and oil is dripping out of the magwell,out of the trigger and even the magazine is soaked in it.Apply it only where it needs it.
I sent a Kimber in for repair. Each time it came back it was packed in a ZipLoc bag that had pooled oil in it. The woman at Kimber told me that was the correct amount of oil for their guns. That little 3 to 5cc plastic squeeze pack of oil that comes with their guns? That's a single use applicator according to Kimber. That's why I switched to Glock. I couldn't get the Kimber oil out of my jeans.
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