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Discussion in 'General Gun Discussions' started by twenty711, Aug 14, 2006.

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  1. twenty711

    twenty711 Member

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    I have looked in the dictionary and the search feature on this site... could someone tell me what "cruiser ready" means?
     
  2. Hoppy590

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    normaly its a pistol griped shotgun sometimes with either a pistol grip forgrip or a straped foregrip so your hand doesnt slip
     

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  3. gbell

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    It is a way keep a firearm. The chamber is empty, action closed and magazine full. Most often used with shotguns.
     
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    Hoppy590 gave a good definition of a cruiser shotgun and gbells given the correct defintion of "cruiser ready" (full magazine, empty chamber, hammer down, safety off)
     
  5. twenty711

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    Thanks! I love this site and I love reading the shtf scenerios
     
  6. gbell

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    i knew i had forgotten something. thanks hso i had forgotten to put about the saftey being off, so all you have to do is pump and go.
     
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