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Old January 15, 2013, 02:50 PM   #10
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yep I've seen stuff like this on guns stored in soft cases/foam. I personally feel that this one was a 'sock drawer' gun because the left side is FAR worse the the right. Right seems more inline with normal wear that developed rust over time. Where as the left seems to be the side pressed into fabric that held the moisture...
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.
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