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    Default enought to make a ground man cry

    went to the range last weekand saw something that was sicking one member brought a brand new ar15 he took it outthe box and took the that flimsy rod
    and started to clean a brand new gun that he should haved cleand at home
    some how he broke the the rod in the barrel and got it stucked in the brand new gun he asked if i had some plaersso i loand them and went backmy bench hhe tryed to pull the rod out all he did was to bend it then for some reason known just god and him self he decited drive the rod through the barrel and got realy
    it stucked i mean frozen down tighti thing he will have to get a new barrel
    he was asking everybody if thay thoughthe barrel was ruined all said yes
    so dont trust those d@*&&% little 3 piece rods


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    Great Master kodiak1's Avatar
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    Dec 2005
    Alberta Territory


    Makes you wonder how some of these Brain Surgeons can even get a gun and treat it like that.
    The worst is he will never ever learn.

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    MasterCaster Fireball 57's Avatar
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    West side of Lake Michigan

    Exclamation Enough to make a grown man cry

    While it is truly unfortunate that the new AR is probably ruined, given the careless care by the owner, it might have been a blessing! The owner, obviously, didn't know which end the bullet travels.
    Without Ammunition, your Weapon is a Club!

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    Great Master Bullshop Junior's Avatar
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    Mar 2005


    To bad for him
    But it is obvious that *he didn't know which end the bullet travels *.

    (Reminds me of what I do to my brothers)

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    Dogs Like Him versifier's Avatar
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    Dec 2005
    New Hampshire


    Must be related to this Einstein.
    "Stand your ground.
    Do not fire unless fired upon.
    But if they mean to have a war let it begin here."
    - Capt. Parker, Lexington Militia, April 19, 1775

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