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Team Sergeant
06-26-2015, 17:50
Gun Cleaning Tip # 002

Do not take gun cleaning tips from non-18B's..... :munchin


;)

x SF med
06-26-2015, 20:44
Gun Cleaning Tip # 002

Do not take gun cleaning tips from non-18B's..... :munchin


;)

I was an 18B before I was an 18D... so I guess I'm safe.:D

Ambush Master
06-26-2015, 21:55
Gun Cleaning Tip # 002

Do not take gun cleaning tips from non-18B's..... :munchin


;)

So what IS IT?!?! If there was supposed to be a "Link", there wasn't.

Later
Martin

PSM
06-26-2015, 21:56
So what IS IT?!?! If there was supposed to be a "Link", there wasn't.

Later
Martin

Back to # 001, I think. ;)

Pat

Guymullins
06-27-2015, 05:16
Back to # 001, I think. ;)

Pat

Particularly good with shotguns.

Team Sergeant
06-27-2015, 11:23
Particularly good with shotguns.

Who cleans shotguns? :munchin

I just wipe down the outside and run an oily patch through the bore just to prohibit rust.....

I have a bore snake and I'll use it if/when I break my cleaning rod..... ;)

Guymullins
06-27-2015, 12:15
Who cleans shotguns? :munchin

I just wipe down the outside and run an oily patch through the bore just to prohibit rust.....

I have a bore snake and I'll use it if/when I break my cleaning rod..... ;)

James Purdey is revolving at 33 1/3 rpm in his grave.

Roguish Lawyer
06-27-2015, 16:01
Back to # 001, I think. ;)

Pat

Actually Tip #2 says ignore Tip #1, since it came from an Echo. :lifter :munchin

Roguish Lawyer
06-27-2015, 16:02
Who cleans shotguns? :munchin


I do, Team Sergeant! :(

tom kelly
06-27-2015, 16:55
MORE PEOPLE ARE SHOT WITH UNLOADED WEAPONS,ACCIDENTALLY OF COURSE, WHILE CLEANING WEAPONS.....ALL WEAPONS ARE ALWAYS LOADED;UNTIL YOU PERSONALLY INSPECT THEM AND ARE SURE THEY ARE UNLOADED...Tom Kelly

Team Sergeant
06-27-2015, 17:41
MORE PEOPLE ARE SHOT WITH UNLOADED WEAPONS,ACCIDENTALLY OF COURSE, WHILE CLEANING WEAPONS.....ALL WEAPONS ARE ALWAYS LOADED;UNTIL YOU PERSONALLY INSPECT THEM AND ARE SURE THEY ARE UNLOADED...Tom Kelly

That might be the biggest wives tale of all time.... shot while cleaning weapons.

I don't remember the part of cleaning where the weapons trigger requires pulling........ ;)

Team Sergeant
06-27-2015, 17:46
James Purdey is revolving at 33 1/3 rpm in his grave.

I am not of noble blood or an aristocrat and I'll never make enough money to own a Purdey gun......;)

I own a Remington 870, clean it may once or twice every 3-4 years.... then again I live in one of the driest places on earth.

I do, Team Sergeant! :(

You're a gun "noob" the reason you are told to clean your shotgun is to become more familiar with it. Keep cleaning.

Roguish Lawyer
06-27-2015, 18:41
You're a gun "noob" the reason you are told to clean your shotgun is to become more familiar with it. Keep cleaning.

Yes, Team Sergeant! :(

Divemaster
06-27-2015, 22:32
James Purdey is revolving at 33 1/3 rpm in his grave.

So is J.V. Needham.

Brush Okie
06-28-2015, 09:44
That might be the biggest wives tale of all time.... shot while cleaning weapons.

I don't remember the part of cleaning where the weapons trigger requires pulling........ ;)

Don't forget about Glock. You have to pull the trigger to take it down.


I agree in wives tale. I have seen more than one intentional shooting where it was "accidental" while cleaning a gun. A soldier at Ft Lewis had that same story when he shot his wife a few months back. He is awaiting trial for murder.

DJ Urbanovsky
06-28-2015, 14:19
That's beauty right there.

So is J.V. Needham.

miclo18d
06-29-2015, 06:27
That might be the biggest wives tale of all time.... shot while cleaning weapons.

I don't remember the part of cleaning where the weapons trigger requires pulling........ ;)
I used to believe that until a guy in one of my units happened to "accidentally" shoot himself while "cleaning his weapon". It just so happened that he "cleaned his weapon" right after his girlfriend broke up with him.

Guymullins
06-29-2015, 12:30
I used to believe that until a guy in one of my units happened to "accidentally" shoot himself while "cleaning his weapon". It just so happened that he "cleaned his weapon" right after his girlfriend broke up with him.

Statistics show that depressed people become very careless with weapons. In the UK they now have to get careless with knives which can be a messy business.

longrange1947
07-05-2015, 09:31
But, but, I wasn't an 18B. :D