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The Inventor of Crazy glue dies @94

Discussion in 'General Gun Discussions' started by bozzman3, Mar 29, 2011.

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  1. bozzman3

    bozzman3 Member

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    Harry Wesley Coover Jr died yesterday.So why is this being posted on THR? Crazy glue was uncovered in 1942 while in search for a material to make clear plastic gun sights for WWII....I find the best use is for cuts and slits on my hands!My kids best use is to fix his Moms stuff that he broke so she doesn't know!
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    what use would clear sights be? I like being able to see mine when i shoot
     
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    I do not really know what they meant by clear sights,But We all know even back in the the 40s we need to be able to see the sights in order for them to work!!:neener:
     
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    Very interesting.
     
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    Justin Moderator Staff Member

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    While this is pretty interesting, there's really not enough direct content about firearms.
     
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