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Old 02-16-2013, 07:03 PM   #81
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Just pleas inform me on why all my guns can run Tula but yours can't.

If 9 other cars just put in the same gas as you and they are still running it is your car.

And yes I'm sure 99% of us know why Tula is dirty.

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Just pleas inform me on why all my guns can run Tula but yours can't.

If 9 other cars just put in the same gas as you and they are still running it is your car.

And yes I'm sure 99% of us know why Tula is dirty.
He's "special" & has "special" guns?
Hell i don't know-
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Old 02-17-2013, 04:56 AM   #83
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I'm simply flabbergasted you can't grasp the concept of something working 100% using anything but product X and you thinking the cause isn't product X. If you go to a gas station, and you get gas, and your car stalls out and fails to run and the cause was subpar quality gas, yet you can get gas at any other station and the car runs fine, you're reasoning would be the car is at fault because you put bad product into it. That's just not how it works.
Ok so I am simply flabbergasted that you can't grasp the concept that product X works 100% in so many other firearms but not in yours that you think it is still product X's fault.

Are your guns tuned for a specific pressure? Maybe a race gun or one set up for a supressor? These are the only things I could think of that would make the ammo not work and then its your fault for using it in the first place.
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Old 02-18-2013, 12:31 AM   #84
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Take a deep breath, gize!

Some guns just don't like certain ammo. There's nothing wrong with the ammo, and there is nothing wrong with the gun.

For reasons that I'll be damned if I can explain, they just don't play well together.

My old 10-22 will feed and fire damn anything, except CCI mini-mags. "Splain that one!!!

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^^^Amen locutus. Finally someone who used that thing that resides in everyone skull. I mean, dam. I've provided links to show every single thing that the others have questioned, and each time it was exactly as I said it would be. I would hope that someone who owns and operates firearms could understand very simple concepts. It's almost concerning to me that some can't.

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I would hope that someone who owns and operates firearms could understand very simple concepts. It's almost concerning to me that some can't.
Yes I also hope that someone who owns and operates firearms could understand very simple concepts. Such as when a specific ammo works in so many other firearms but not in these certain specific firearms that the firearm is at fault.

Please tell me you are not in Texas I want to make sure Im not shooting next to you.

That is all Im done with this subject. Im done with talking to a brick wall.
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The title of this thread begs the question, is Tulammo safe? The answer is yes.

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