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Discussion in 'San Antonio' started by Moonpie, Jul 1, 2019.
Yep, those 1911's just kept on choking and jamming.
Nobody hit anything with them when they did manage to go off.
Pure junk. '
They got traded for tacos at the food truck.
Luckily I was there to keep them in functioning order. It was great seeing you again
In that case, how many tacos for that 38 Super?
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It was good seeing those of you that I hadn't seen in a few years and meeting those of you I hadn't met before. Had a great time as always!
Oh and I bought a Canik TP9SFX with a Vortex red dot after I got home and I'm probably getting a CZ P-09 next week thanks to yall
Dibs on the 10mm
I ordered a bunch of new stock buffers as soon as I got home. That one in the stock must have been decades old. When I grabbed it with a pair of pliers to pull it out and look at it, the thing just crumbled like it was made of cheese.
I got a feeling that crusty 30yr old buffer might have been why the gun jammed on your friend.
Ah well thanks for letting him shoot it, I think that was a highlight for him even if it jammed. I think he's gonna join the forum soon, he was really impressed by how nice and knowledgeable everyone was.
Expensive day for you eh?