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Old 05-27-2012, 03:28 AM   #11
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I think she's just as smart as many of us WISH we were...
No doubt. It is a proven fact that women are smarter then men.. although I know a few that lack in that department.


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Old 05-27-2012, 03:34 AM   #12
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Gun cleaning is always #1
Replace broken part #2
Add accessory #3
2 and 3 might be reversed
Everything else is way down the list
Notice how the big three items are about the same as a mechanic, except he would change oil in place of clean



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At least he's not asking about good places to poop
where is the best?
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where is the best?

golden commodes, or silver (for the less fortunate of the world).
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Funny.. Winds always claims that she still considers herself a novice to the firearms world... but she caught that first. good eye Winds. Lol
I just have good reading comprehension. And I AM still a novice to the firearms world.

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Gun cleaning is always #1
Replace broken part #2
Add accessory #3
2 and 3 might be reversed
Everything else is way down the list
Notice how the big three items are about the same as a mechanic, except he would change oil in place of clean
I almost brought a gun in a Ziploc bag to a gunsmith because I was having trouble putting it together after replacing a thumb safety. I'll bet gun smiths get a lot of that, too. But my stubborness prevented me from doing that and after a month of trying off and on as my patience permitted, I finally got it back together.
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I have a favorite place should I say that here or would that be considered off topic?

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I almost brought a gun in a Ziploc bag to a gunsmith because I was having trouble putting it together after replacing a thumb safety. I'll bet gun smiths get a lot of that, too. But my stubborness prevented me from doing that and after a month of trying off and on as my patience let me, I finally got it back together.
Winds for me the "Baggie" full of parts would be numbers 4,5 and 6 .
4 check if you have all needed parts. 50% don't
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6 reassemble
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I almost brought a gun in a Ziploc bag to a gunsmith because I was having trouble putting it together after replacing a thumb safety. I'll bet gun smiths get a lot of that, too. But my stubborness prevented me from doing that and after a month of trying off and on as my patience let me, I finally got it back together.
Too funny, I just thought it was me that have had those OH SH! moments when trying to reassemble a part of a gun I have never reassembled. Luckily YouTube and Forums have prevented me from having to do it......YET!
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Too funny, I just thought it was me that have had those OH SH! moments when trying to reassemble a part of a gun I have never reassembled. Luckily YouTube and Forums have prevented me from having to do it......YET!
Exactly. Youtube and lots and lots of support from the members here helped me get my gun back together. I felt like a million bucks when I finally got the job done.


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