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O-PEN-GUN   noun,

1. A piece of equipment that is designed to not function correctly

2. To not operate as it should

3. To break at any given moment

           Verb (used without object)

4.Atempting to shoot a gun

           Idioms

5. Shooting a open gun (slang)

A. To cause great frustration.

B. To make angry.

         

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28 minutes ago, GrumpyOne said:

#5. Shooting an open gun....

Sorry, I shoot as good as I spell.

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Gun has to run 100%.  Take it back to stock, and have fun with it.  No one really NEEDS a 12 oz. trigger....

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I can relate to this to some extent specifically towards my open Glock 34 which is temperamental and inconsistent.  However, with my 2011 AKAI custom, totally different story.  Only time I had trouble with some light strikes with the 2011 was when I tried using CCI small rifle primers.  But before and after that trial, I had zero issues.  

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32 minutes ago, HSLPCZ said:

uh oh.  That's not good

Does this make my gun not an Open Gun? And I can use it in Standard Division? Yeahh!

Edited by juristrosins

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whoops, sorry.  Wasn't paying attention to where you live. My response will make no sense to you whatsoever. I was kinda of joking.

Tongue in Cheek - Not really meaning what one is saying or writing

Murphy's law - As soon as you say or write something, the opposite will happen or Anything that can go wrong, will go wrong.

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Too bad that Google Translate doesn't do idioms ;) And doesn't matter where I live - Murphy's laws work everywhere. 

Thank you anyways!

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Bob start with this list

 

1. Shooter error (limp wrist)
2. Dirty or unlubed gun
3. Magazine issues (misshapen feed lips or weak mag spring, or even a too strong mag spring)
4. Weak recoil spring
5. Underpowered ammo
6. Feed ramp/bullet nose shape incompatibility
7. Too strong recoil spring

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2 hours ago, juristrosins said:

Too bad that Google Translate doesn't do idioms ;) And doesn't matter where I live - Murphy's laws work everywhere. 

Thank you anyways!

No offense intended my friend.

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3 hours ago, bigboy69 said:

Bob start with this list

 

1. Shooter error (limp wrist)
2. Dirty or unlubed gun
3. Magazine issues (misshapen feed lips or weak mag spring, or even a too strong mag spring)
4. Weak recoil spring
5. Underpowered ammo
6. Feed ramp/bullet nose shape incompatibility
7. Too strong recoil spring

Yea, # 1 2 &3 were part of the problem. 

#3 The bulets were nose diving because the mag springs were weak.

#2 who knew when you mix RemOil with Autocomp it turns to mud.

#1 I'm my own worst enemy. 

Not to mention the loose grip screws, the loose dot screws, base pad pins falling out, etc. But it's still a fun hobby. 

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17 hours ago, blacklab said:

O-PEN-GUN   noun,

1. A piece of equipment that is designed to not function correctly

2. To not operate as it should

3. To break at any given moment

           Verb (used without object)

4.Atempting to shoot a gun

           Idioms

5. Shooting a open gun (slang)

A. To cause great frustration.

B. To make angry.

         

6. a cantankerous machine designed to eat a diet of expensive pills and barf out much noise and fire, and who's operator barfs out almost as much foul language.

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1 hour ago, Mhall said:

6. a cantankerous machine designed to eat a diet of expensive pills and barf out much noise and fire, and who's operator barfs out almost as much foul language.

I see you own a open gun. 

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Technically yes, I just don't have it yet. Played the game long enough to be familiar tho. 

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Good troll!  Really.  Well, fairly good troll.  Ok, not so good if you hang around with shooters who actually have their guns (and mags) tuned properly and take care of them.  All of ours around here seem to run just fine.  :rolleyes:

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22 hours ago, blacklab said:

Yea, # 1 2 &3 were part of the problem. 

#3 The bulets were nose diving because the mag springs were weak.

#2 who knew when you mix RemOil with Autocomp it turns to mud.

#1 I'm my own worst enemy. 

Not to mention the loose grip screws, the loose dot screws, base pad pins falling out, etc. But it's still a fun hobby. 

Bob, I only use weapon shield on everything. Do you have any?

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1 hour ago, bigboy69 said:

Bob, I only use weapon shield on everything. Do you have any?

Yes. After I talked to you last time I bought some. It works great. Thanks. 

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1 hour ago, blacklab said:

Yes. After I talked to you last time I bought some. It works great. Thanks. 

Cool, you will love it. Clean your gun really well with acetone or something first, then apply. The solvent is amazing!!!

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