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Old May 31, 1999, 04:52 PM   #1
Harley Nolden
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TO ALL:
With all the bells and whistles on the new SA pistols, someone asked me WHAT IS THE BOBICK MANUVER?

If you know the ans. With 50 cents you will be awarded a cup of coffee at your favorite restaraunt. (Your 50 cents)

This is a little humor, and if not answered correctly in two days, I will provide the ans.
HJN
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Old May 31, 1999, 10:09 PM   #2
Daniel Watters
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Do you have the spelling right? I've heard of the 'Bobbit Manuever/Lever', but more in reference to DA pistols...to 'decock' it.

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Old June 1, 1999, 12:07 AM   #3
Harley Nolden
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DANIEL:
You are the winner. I guess I did have it mispelled. Enjoy your coffee

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Old June 1, 1999, 01:19 AM   #4
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Dan-
That was indeed cold! Could you not have allowed me and a couple of others to flounder a bit before providing the answer?

Well done.
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