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Oh, I see now.
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Don"t let stupid be your skill set....
I heard him say that he uses the plug to save spare parts. How'd you miss that?
"That I cannot do."
"Give this to, uh, Clemenza. I want reliable people, people who aren't going to be carried away. After all we're not murderers in spite of what this undertaker thinks."
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(Suiting up in flame retardent suit) But Glocks are so reliable, and never break, why should one need to carry spare parts?
"If you make something idiot proof, someone will make a better idiot."
that's a good idea. i seen a plug that stores one spare bullet was thinking about getting that
Total agreement...it's the perfect place for "phone numbers"...............
There are two types of people who carry concealed weapons...Responsible ones and Irresponsible ones...which are you...
The old COLT Single Action Army revolvers could not be carried with a round under the hammer.
In order to be safely carried they were actually "FIVE SHOOTERS" and not "SIX SHOOTERS."
One cylinder chamber needed to stay empty. So the cowboys used to tightly roll up a $20.00 paper bill and keep that money in the one chamber.
That was their Burying Money in case they ended up on the losing end of a gunfight.
That cylinder money paid for their "pine box" - with enough $$$ left over to get their body into the ground.
With the cost of funerals these days you would need to stuff at least 7 Thousand Dollars into your GLOCK opening.
Your Burying Money just wouldn't physically fit.
So be certain to keep your skills honed so that you stay alive.
I was distacted by the moustache until he finger-fumbled the parts bags. He should have rehearsed a little more. I don't think Gaston had that in mind when he left the grip open to save cost on injection molding.
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OK I thought they were broken parts ?????
I put an MRE in mine in case I have to bug out and need a quick snack.
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