I settled for ripping mine off the floor with my bare hands and tossing it into our drained swimming pool that was being readied for re-plastering. The neighbor kids who had been roller skating in the empty pool and were sitting along the edge said later that they had never heard language like that - not even in high school.
I keep saying to stop referring to "guns," as they're all really nothing but "tools!" And tools are not dangerous when they're used properly for the purpose for which they were intended. Just one more good example!
We hauled one up to our hunting camp years ago just for giggles, and ended up placing it against a tree in the woods and left it there. Over the years I'm guess it has been shot at a 1/2 dozen times - but still standing. Not safe to sit on tho!:rofl:
Blew up my old outhouse that way copper wash steel jacketed USGI .45 ammo (now collectors item ) must have sparked on porcelain toilet cause there way a Flash and the sheet metal walls Bulged Methane is Biatch !!! :rofl::rofl::rofl::rofl::rofl:
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