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Old 09-30-2012, 10:07 PM   #1 (permalink)
 
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Dontcha know that every time he does that he has to completely strip them down, dry and lubricate every piece of the gun? I also find it amazing how short a distance the bullet travels under water. You could be standing/floating at the other end of the pool and it would never reach you. But you try it first though.
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Old 09-30-2012, 11:05 PM   #3 (permalink)
 
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Damn.... I coppied the wrong link.

It was an AR-15 the beat the crap out of and kept firing
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Originally Posted by ViperJeff View Post
Damn.... I coppied the wrong link.

It was an AR-15 the beat the crap out of and kept firing
I saw someone do that to a Glock. Ran over it, buried it, dropped it from a plane and it kept on working. Why anyone would want to willingly do this is beyond me but it shows the Glock is one tough hombre too.

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Yeah I would say that that AR-15 was beat up pretty bad.... but it still fired up until the end and beyond My kind of Rifle.
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Originally Posted by SilvSRT10 View Post
I saw someone do that to a Glock. Ran over it, buried it, dropped it from a plane and it kept on working. Why anyone would want to willingly do this is beyond me but it shows the Glock is one tough hombre too.

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I used to hate them then i shot one and fell in love with the ugly SOB.
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They are addicting. I was more of a traditionalist myself (even with all my years in the military) just didnt see them as a tool for other needs than security. Then i discovered accuracy was never the issue prior discussed and alternatce rounds such the 6.8 or 6.5 for hunting and now I use them exclusively. As well as try to support other owners of that platform through parts and classes.


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