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Question for the Pro's

Discussion in 'General Gun Discussions' started by XDn00b101, Mar 1, 2006.

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  1. XDn00b101

    XDn00b101 Member

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    Now I've heard of the horror stories where a persons gun jammed and that would cost them their life. Now if you had to use your Firearm in a cirtical situation, and the Firearm jammed and failed you, but for some reason you where ok after by some miracle; would you still keep the Firearm afterwords, or would you get rid of it ASAP?
     
  2. noresttill

    noresttill Member

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    Keep-Yes (unless I only bought it to be a reliable carry gun)
    Carry-No (unless it was a blatant malfunction, like the brass exploded in the ballet or something)

    EDIT: meant to say "bullet" however ballet is pretty funny

    EDITx2: No, I meant to say "barrel" Good Night!
     
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