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I can see how that would apply to my S&W 39-2.
On the same note, I wonder what body part a nice sports car extends? Know what I'm saying?
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Very cool, however I always looked at my own body as a tool. I use it for everything I do, I maintain it. So using a tool to me is no different than putting a different bit in a screwdriver or drill... maintaining it no different than maintaining a firearm or vehicle. Our body's are the most amazing and useful tools we will ever own or use.
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This notion must also apply to firearms...
I would have to agree, that is why (how) some people develop the ability to "point shoot".
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Not surprised... people have been calling me a giant tool for most of my life...
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Hmm. interesting. That would explain why I always was so good with knives.
I know not what this "overkill" means.
Honing the knives, Cleaning the longguns, Stocking up ammo.