This is a discussion on The Glock survived some serious mud Sunday within the Off Topic & Humor Discussion forums, part of the The Back Porch category; [QUOTE=TN_Mike;2321223]To me, function check was, I basic stripped it, made sure the barrel wasn't clogged, the innards weren't caked with mud. Put it back together ...
[QUOTE=TN_Mike;2321223]To me, function check was, I basic stripped it, made sure the barrel wasn't clogged, the innards weren't caked with mud. Put it back together and hand cycled the slid several times. Inserted mag and sling shot the first round into the chamber. I would have fired it a couple of times but didn't want to alarm the folks who own the land
Ok, thanks. Ya, I understand that - can't just pop those things off anywhere.
The stupidity of some people NEVER ceases to amaze me.
You, you think thats something, well, I, um once got my M&P wet standing in the drizzle for a few minutes, so there,and, and my dad can whup you dad anyday, so there!
Glad you are enjoying your new/old surroundings Mike!
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I just have one question Mike, since when have Wranglers been known to get stuck? I've always been under the impression they are THE offroad vehicle.
We got my brother's Cherokee stuck back in January in some nasty Florida mud. His F-150 made it further than the Jeep actually which was strange. Probably had to do with the fact that the Cherokee had terrible tires.
I never feel bad about abusing my glock... now my kahrs that's a different story!
Don't tell me Chrokees can't flex.
So far I have not done a long arm job on her yet. I did lift her some. Got some better tires and added some bells and whistles in the form of some more lights and a new exhaust. The next upgrade will be to get rid of the factory bumpers and put some much more substantial and more trail worthy bumpers on her and I'd really like to put some over sized fender flares on her. Keep as much mud as possible from flying into the windows while I'm out there.
Here's a pic of an f-150 flexing
Haha, nothing but love here man, just letting you know there is another serious wheeler on the forum. Shoot, I owned a Cherokee. About the unibody I wasn't saying it prohibits flex, I meant the whole body flexes too haha! My 4runner didn't flex that great, those were just stock leaf springs.
That f150...words cannot describe. Can we say body flex?
BTW, I'm not even really a Ford guy. In a full-size work/off-road vehicle, I'll take a Chevy over anything. My Ranger is still my favorite little gas-burner, though.