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You Know You Are A Chronic OverLuber If...

Discussion in 'General Gun Discussions' started by DonNikmare, May 5, 2005.

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  1. DonNikmare

    DonNikmare Member

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    ...you get through a session of dryfiring, look down, and your shirt is peppered with small drops of CLP :eek:

    ...when you need to re'clp your gun you simply press down on the padding in your gun box to get some.

    Add on... :)

    Nik
     
  2. Standing Wolf

    Standing Wolf Member in memoriam

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    You didn't have enough oil on your High Standard pistol if you don't have droplets of oil on your shooting glasses by the third shot.
     
  3. trickyasafox

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    your guns have more oil then your car. . . .

    you could give jerry curls with what you squeegie off your bench. . .

    your friends call you greased lightning at the line. . .
     
  4. P95Carry

    P95Carry Moderator Emeritus

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    Your rifle barrel expands into a petal-like shape - after leaving final drive SAE 90 oil in the bore - ''in case of rust''. :p
     
  5. foghornl

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    All of your pants have a down-to-the-knees stain of Rem-Oil from the IWB holsters and weapons carried in there. . .

    You could sell surplus lube to Mobil/Exxon . . .

    All of the fabric in your home is "Oil-Cloth" . . .

    Your shooting buds call you "Slick Willy" . . And your last name is NOT Clinton.

    You buy your clean-n-lube supplies in 55-gallon drums.

    You buy your patches and swabs direct from the mill.
     
  6. El Tejon

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    You can "ice skate" on your gun room floor.
     
  7. Brian Williams

    Brian Williams Moderator Emeritus

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    Your wife say's "What pretty colors on that Blue gun of yours", and the gun is SS
     
  8. centac

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    You are irritated 'cause there's no dipstick.
     
  9. chevrofreak

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    You're irritated because you are the dipstick.
     
  10. Flashpoint

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    Your finger slips of the trigger when you try to fire of a round.

    The rounds won't fire because the powder is wet.
     
  11. Bwana John

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    Not really being into lube, I think you are a overluber if your guns DONT rust after it rains. ;)
    As long as I keep living where it is dry Im OK, but those 2 years on the beach were really bad.
     
  12. trickyasafox

    trickyasafox Member

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    im sure it was awful for you. . .
     
  13. Dr.Rob

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    What it's not supposed to drip wd-40?

    Could have fooled me.
     
  14. larry starling

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    My friend is a overluber! When we go shooting and I shoot his guns, im usually covered with Mobil 1. But I will have to say one thing we have never had any problems with reliability! my wife complains when she does the laundry though :what:
     
  15. paul45

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    Yeah, and that brings the second problem...my friend shoots all my Colts and leaves his POS safe queens at home !
     
  16. scout26

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    .....The Range Saftey Officer slides an oil change pan on the ground under your hands in front you before you start to shoot.

    ..... You reuse/recycle the lube you pump out of the bottom of your safe.
     
  17. arcticap

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    When you realize that the best way to store your rifles is muzzle down! :what:
     
  18. DonNikmare

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    ...you get grease splatter on your glasses and everyone around you asks you "Do you have to keep so much grease in it?" You answer "Yes, it's a CETME!" (happened to me :eek: )
     
  19. bluto

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    When you use TW25b as a base coat for CLP.

    When you think "parkerized" is a shiny finish.

    When your gun looks like a wet dog shaking himself after the first shot downrange.

    When the hammer makes a squishing sound when it drops. :scrutiny:
     
  20. HighVelocity

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    When your first shot always looks like a tracer round.
     
  21. Too Many Choices!?

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    You might use too much lube if...

    Your hard case's inside,"foam eggcrate liner", works as well as a treatment of cosmoline for extended storage periods ;) :p ...
     
  22. Flashpoint

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    The range you frenquent nickname you Valdez (as in Exxon Valdez) and had to buy oil spill clean up equipment for when you leave the range.
     
  23. LooseGrouper

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    The EPA has filed for a restraining order to keep you from hunting wetlands.
     
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    Your pistol burst into flames. Oh no another grease fire!
     
  25. 280PLUS

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    The Range Officer standing behind you is covered in spatters of oil from your gun...

    (Saw it)
     
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