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Old 07-17-2012, 12:19 AM   #1
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Will my p95 fire if I had to jump in a lake and it was on me? Or if it was raining extremely bad and I had to fire it will it fire?

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Old 07-17-2012, 12:25 AM   #2
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Should the fun be cleaned independently after exposed to water? And the bullets won't be damaged?

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I would say that depends on the rounds you use as to weather or not they are sealed well. But most rounds are fine. As long as the stryker can hit the primer it should go bang. I dont recomend intentionally getting your gun wet. Even glocks shouldnt get wet. Water will attack the metal and if its not cleaned very well amd dry it will rust

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Should the fun be cleaned independently after exposed to water? And the bullets won't be damaged?
Yes the gun should be cleaned inside and out afterwards, you dont want rust to set in anywhere.The ammo "should" be fine if only briefly exposed to water, i wouldnt use the ammo for SD though just in case.
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p95 shot in there, http://youtu.be/_eUlpPY96Ok

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Nice good to know. Not that I'm jumping in a lake to have a shot out but just so I know if it were to ever happen I can.

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It will work just fine.

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Canebreak, how is this picture related? I dont see a gun.

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