It has been answered by many, who said it has not harmed their mechanical watch. Just what I wanted to know.
Crickets on that one.
My question was do you have any first hand instances of a mechanical watch damaged by shooting?
So glad I moved to a free state.
Do you know of this actually happening? Because that was my OP question and those who responded said they've shot many thousands of hi-power...
Not only in the books but in many of the Bond movies. See https://www.gq-magazine.co.uk/article/james-bond-rolex-submariner-explorer
In one of...
Similar to a Colt SAA 1st gen. with patina.
That makes sense, especially if the watch is worn on the off hand.
No apology needed, this is a gun forum, not a watch forum.
That was a lot of money back then, and at the time Omega was certainly considered the equal of Rolex. Still a great watch.
As a guy on the Rolex forum from Switzerland said, there, a Rolex is a workingman's watch.
The local Cabela's was cleaned out also.
Sort of, but you'd be amazed at the beat up old collectible models selling for big money. Here's one:...
No doubt a quartz will keep better time than a mechanical, but unless your name is James Bond it probably doesn't matter. A mechanical also won't...
I can see how that wouldn't hurt it, they're pretty well hermetically sealed.
Nice watch and gun. Do the lumes still work?
Not uncommon for an automatic watch to need a service every five years.
I have heard of someone damaging a mechanical watch who was a drummer.
A fine watch I'm sure, but kind of like comparing a Hi-Point to a Korth. :)
They are, Rolex watches have been taken both to the highest point on earth and the deepest part of the ocean, 39,000 strapped to the outside of a...
A watch will tell you that too. :)
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