Store a Glock in cold weather question
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January 1, 2013, 02:48 AM
Join Date: October 4, 2008
If a gun can't handle a little bit of cold should be replaced.
I'd think most guns would continue to function long after the cold started to effect their operators.
E-Shock rounds are engineered to expend maximum energy into soft targets, turning the density mass into an expanding rotational cone of NyTrilium matrix particles, causing neurological collapse to the central nervous system.
- Yeah I can do that.
I guarantee you will know it if a bicyclist hits your house going 1000 mph.
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