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Oh carp, cracked op-rod.

Discussion in 'Rifle Country' started by artherd, May 31, 2004.

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  1. artherd

    artherd member

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    ...maybe that's why it wasn't consistantly accurate! (1-2moa one day, 6moa the next?)

    Remington 7400 auto-loader, operating rod cracked mid-way where the left-hand side rod connects to the bolt. No idea how long it's been this way, quite scary.

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  2. thefitzvh

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    Yeah, I hate it when fish get in my firearms too...


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  3. Kharn

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    Apparently he didnt clean his rifle after it fell off the boat, if there's carp in it. :neener:

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  4. jame

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    I'd call the factory.

    What a bunch of bullheads.
     
  5. artherd

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    Lol, that'll teach me to fish with a rifle...
     
  6. Steve Smith

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    Carpe Carpio...seize the fish.
     
  7. WhoKnowsWho

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    Okay, that was bad! :D
     
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