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Old 06-07-2011, 05:43 AM   #21
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Hardin/Gunkid is about 60-61 now. Way yonder too old to be playin' these games.

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Old 06-07-2011, 05:59 AM   #22
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Hardin/Gunkid is about 60-61 now. Way yonder too old to be playin' these games.

Inmate Information for JOHN MELVIN DAVIS

Inmate Register Number : 84034-012

Name : JOHN MELVIN DAVIS

Age : 54

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Whatta PATHETIC way to waste what precious time you have left......
 
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It gets better. He did another three years for parole violation. Firearms possession. His activity on the forums led'em to him.

Can't fix stupid, I guess.
 
 
Old 06-07-2011, 07:49 AM   #24
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Guess you're right, Johnny.
 
Old 06-07-2011, 08:21 PM   #25
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WD-40 on a firearm?!?!?!? Please everyone, do not use that on any gun for any reason. It was designed to displace water, not lube hundreds of dollars of steel either carbon or stainless. After storage it can degrade and under cold storage it can degrade to the point where it is almost like shellac. Possibly when you may need it to protect you and yours.
 
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mgartner, WELCOME to this Forum. I LOVE your entire post, your Avatar, your message, and your signature. Hope to hear more from ya.........
 
Old 06-08-2011, 03:39 AM   #27
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WD 40 is a gunsmiths best friend....Louisana and East Tex .HillyBillys fill the "OILHOLE" on a Brownin A5 full of WD40....hang it in the rack over the kitchen door or in Their Samsclub gun Cabinet ....come next fall A5 is locked up tight..." BIL" so the story goes tore the gun down when They weren't lookin , lost a few parts , "can You get it shootin by this evenin?" Season starts tomorrow" .....Maybe best remembered....anything that removes rust will remove bluein

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One eyed joe, thank you for the kind words. And a double thank you for your service! I am here to help where I can and learn everything I can.
 
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One eyed joe, thank you for the kind words. And a double thank you for your service! I am here to help where I can and learn everything I can.
With such a wonderful attitude, you will be a valued member of this Forum mgartner......
 
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I have both a S&W .40 and and XD/m 9mm. The XD/m is blued, the S&W Sigma .40 is Stainless Steel. Love both guns, clean and lube them both after shooting. The XD/m was not used for awhile, then went on an IDPA shoot with our gun club. BIG MISTAKE! The S&W however had no trouble even though it too was not used for awhile, (couple months). Here close the Mexican Border in South Central TX, it is dry and dusty. That means you have to make sure the dust and dirt don't get in the gun while it is stored in your gun cabinet.
Lesson learned for sure. I have to admit though that the stainless gun does better than the blued gun. Love both of them, just need to go out more often and do a better job of keeping them cleaned.
 
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