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Old 02-13-2012, 09:08 PM   #11
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If you're legal in using your gun what does it matter if there is a finger print on the brass? Your prints are on the gun and it week be no secret that you did the shooting...unless you do it for the reason of thinking it well affect the reliability of the round.
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If you're legal in using your gun what does it matter if there is a finger print on the brass? Your prints are on the gun and it week be no secret that you did the shooting...unless you do it for the reason of thinking it well affect the reliability of the round.
In my state last year they charged a 87 year old man for shooting a 17 year old who broke in his house..I do not trust the Leo around here..my verison of self defense is diffrent from the laws
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But yes I am legal in every other way
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Old 02-13-2012, 09:17 PM   #14
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I glove my carry ammo too. It'll spend 4-6 mos on me, or in and out of the mags when I practice before I shoot it off. Oil from my hands may or may not cause corrosion, I don't know for sure and I'm not about to find out the hard way...
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Old 02-13-2012, 09:29 PM   #15
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In my state last year they charged a 87 year old man for shooting a 17 year old who broke in his house..I do not trust the Leo around here..my verison of self defense is diffrent from the laws
where do you live?
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I live in IN.it was in the next town over wich is south bend ..where noter dame is
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Chaos, have you considered a revolver or a spare barrel for your EDC semi-auto?



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Most of my guns are high dollar and i still am careful about what part of em i touch.
OK, it took me a minute to figure it out, but i think you took my comment about my firearms not being "high dollar" differently than intended. I meant "i usually handle my handguns using an old Tshirt, despite the fact that they are not fancy or expensive, not because they are so beat the finger oil could just finish them off. LOL, sorry.
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I can't use gloves, but my thumb is callused up enough now that it doesn't bother me any more.. The Glock has a nice aid in loading your mags.. I wish more manufacturers would follow suit..
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[QUOTE="orangello"]Chaos, have you considered a revolver or a spare barrel for your EDC semi-auto?

Yes and no
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[QUOTE="orangello"]Chaos, have you considered a revolver or a spare barrel for your EDC ?
Yes and no
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