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loading a gun!

Postby starfleetengineer » Sat Jan 15, 2011 4:02 am



When you take your daughter and her boyfriend to the gun range, pay close att. when he loads the clip. You might just see what I saw! He fired off 5 rounds of the 40mm and then it the breach jamed open. Unsure why he looks at. He tells me that a round when in backwards! I told him that wa impossable. I unjamed the gun only to find while loading the clip he put in one of my 9mm bullets. And then to my amassement, he put it in the clip backwards! Guess he was right. The shell went in the barrel backwards :lol:


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Re: loading a gun!

Postby WingAdmin » Sat Jan 15, 2011 10:49 pm

Unless you're firing a true hand-cannon, I'm sure you mean .40 cal, not 40 mm! :) 40 mm would be an awfully big handgun!

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Re: loading a gun!

Postby starfleetengineer » Mon Jan 17, 2011 1:04 am

Yep.. your right. My bad. I am so used to saying 9mm I just put 40 in front of it.
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Re: loading a gun!

Postby nhegge » Thu Jan 27, 2011 7:04 pm

It would be a truely fun hand cannon , specially if ya loaded up with them rounds that you control whether they splode inside , outside , or right at the wall/opening . Saw it on Mil Channel , looked like FUN . :shock:
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Re: loading a gun!

Postby Whatastate » Mon May 09, 2011 1:37 pm

starfleetengineer wrote:When you take your daughter and her boyfriend to the gun range, pay close att. when he loads the clip. You might just see what I saw! He fired off 5 rounds of the 40mm and then it the breach jamed open. Unsure why he looks at. He tells me that a round when in backwards! I told him that wa impossable. I unjamed the gun only to find while loading the clip he put in one of my 9mm bullets. And then to my amassement, he put it in the clip backwards! Guess he was right. The shell went in the barrel backwards :lol:

Wow he must be tough firing a 40mm pistol. :shock:
If it was that easy everyone would be doing it!

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Re: loading a gun!

Postby starfleetengineer » Mon May 09, 2011 3:53 pm

Whatastate wrote:
starfleetengineer wrote:When you take your daughter and her boyfriend to the gun range, pay close att. when he loads the clip. You might just see what I saw! He fired off 5 rounds of the 40mm and then it the breach jamed open. Unsure why he looks at. He tells me that a round when in backwards! I told him that wa impossable. I unjamed the gun only to find while loading the clip he put in one of my 9mm bullets. And then to my amassement, he put it in the clip backwards! Guess he was right. The shell went in the barrel backwards :lol:

Wow he must be tough firing a 40mm pistol. :shock:

Like I said, my bad. I'm used to saying 9mm, so I just said 40mm....LOL
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Re: loading a gun!

Postby riffraff » Mon Aug 29, 2011 1:57 am

That's a brave kid, to go to a gun range with his grilfriends dad. I would have been looking over my shoulder most of the time. I wasn't a wealthy college boy so I was always suspect to parents, being a biker and all. They never figured a mechanic would be in the national honor society.

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Re: loading a gun!

Postby twostrokes48 » Fri Sep 02, 2011 6:55 pm

I wonder if you could get that 40mm mounted on the front of a wing???? You could clear out some traffic in a hurry, or mount it on the back facing backward and take care of the tailgaters.

Maybe I could get a moch up copy and mount it on top of my trailer with a sign in REAL BIG LETTERS, that says BACK OFF or DIE.....




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