Discussion in 'General Gun Discussions' started by tnieto2004, Aug 12, 2010.
It's the feeding port for the gnome that lives inside and tells the boolits where to go. duh!
(sorry, I have no idea, and am a smart ass to boot; but I am curious )
As far as Nitrogen (or Argon in some scopes), I believe that the scope is assembled in a Nitrogen filled environment rather than "injecting" it into the scope.
I can't help with the scope....but....
I was in the field artillery in the Army National Guard (as a supply clerk). We were shooting illumination rounds one night and a noob asked me what lit them off in the air and what kept them up in the air. I couldn't resist such an open door.
I told him that each round had a specially trained monkey that would light off the round and then the monkey would ride a parachute with the illumination part down. We have special forces units that retrieve the monkeys called - wait for it - wait for it - here it comes.....
Special Monkey Recovery Forces or SMURFs.
That's the reset button....
...when you have to reboot the operating system
"That is a punch mark. It is actually to push the material into the inside diameter of the tube in order to give the internal spring a place to rest
Whatever that means!!
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