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Old 08-27-2009, 07:22 PM   #11
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LMAO! I feel somebody at FTF needs to be held responsible for the cost of a new keyboard which now has spilled coffee all over it. Just kidding guys-my wife made sure it was protected before ever letting me use it.
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LMAO! I feel somebody at FTF needs to be held responsible for the cost of a new keyboard which now has spilled coffee all over it. Just kidding guys-my wife made sure it was protected before ever letting me use it.
What do you have, one of those keyboard prophylactics?
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Yeah-sorta,it's a plastic cover that lays over the keyboard so that food/drink/tobacco won't kill the keyboard.
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Guys, this story got better yesterday afternoon as I was getting in my truck to go home from work. I open the door and something strange on the floor board catches my eye. I reach to pick it up and what is it?!?!? That's right, the tool that came with the gun to disassemble the guide rod......again feeling like an idiot. Then I remembered when I picked it up. When I got in the truck with it, I just HAD to open the case and go thru everything just one more time before the drive home and in doing so I apparently dropped the tool.

This whole event has given me and idea which I will be traveling to my machine shop soon....
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LOL Spitty!!!
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My first 1911 was a SA GI model. I put the "idiot" mark on it first time I reassembled it. Not only got the frame, but the slide, too. Have managed to not scratch the SA Champion yet. It is the GI version, also, and both shoot great.
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That was a funny story...lol.

Words can't describe how much I love that picture in its many forms.

Oh and I have nothing to contribute to this thread, as usual.
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1911's are not ghey...but I know one pistol that is.......
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Glocks definately have the ghey...
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I can empathize with you Spittinfire. My first gun was a Dan Wessoon 357, I got in 77. Then I got my first Colt 1911 back in 78. Taking it apart didn't really bother then, because I fiqured guns are just supposed to be complicated. What stunned me, is when I got my Glock 27 5 years ago and kept looking at the front of it to find where to take it apart. That was weird.
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