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    VIP Member Array OldVet's Avatar
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    Hiding inside a bottle of Jim Beam Black in S. FL.
    Dollar says Rollo breaks it. Takers?
    Retired USAF E-8. Curmudgeon at large.
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    Well... Just so everyone know it seems that not even I can manage to break JB weld. I have been carrying my rigged pocket clip for about 2 weeks now with no issues :)
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    LOL Glad it worked out.

    No Rollo, keep the JB Weld away from your revolver.
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