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Things NOT to do with your gun #435

Discussion in 'General Gun Discussions' started by Tom Bri, May 1, 2007.

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  1. Tom Bri

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    From the link above:

    With the article, there's an image of what looks like a Taurus semi-auto but nothing saying for sure that's what was found.

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    Scratching his head? is that some kind of maintenance trick to keep it oiled or air dried?
    What a novel Idea.
     
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    scratching his head with a gun

    Was he going to teach a class on cinema on, say, Ed Wood's Plan 9?

    (In Plan 9 From Outer Space a police detective scratches his
    head with his service revolver with his finger in the trigger guard.)
     
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    Did not a famous Sandanista shoot himself with his P-35 doing the same thing?
     
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    I remember reading about that in Cooper's Commentaries. :banghead:
     
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    Always remove the Magazine before scratching oneself with a P35.
    I knew Col. Cooper had more than 4 rules
     
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