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Darn it...spilled my beer on my gun!

Discussion in 'Off Topic Threads' started by kehrby, Dec 27, 2008.

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  1. kehrby

    kehrby Active Member

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    Anybody else have problems spilling their beer on their gun? Ok, its a rainy Saturday afternoon and I was cleaning one of my old Model 12s that had been sitting for awhile and my beer got away from me. NO I WASN'T OUT SHOOTING IT!

    Steve
     
  2. Dickgshot

    Dickgshot Well-Known Member

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    My cat peed on my gun while I was in the other room.
     
  3. StonewallRacing

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    I use beer all the time as a barrel scrub since I heard it was less corrosive than "No. 9"

    Bud works the best, I'd rather drink the Miller products.

    SW
     
  4. kehrby

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    Anybody else have problems spilling their beer on their gun? Ok, its a rainy Saturday afternoon and I was cleaning one of my old Model 12s that had been sitting for awhile and my beer got away from me. NO I WASN'T OUT SHOOTING IT!

    Steve
     
  5. Dickgshot

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    My cat peed on my gun while I was in the other room.
     
  6. StonewallRacing

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    I use beer all the time as a barrel scrub since I heard it was less corrosive than "No. 9"

    Bud works the best, I'd rather drink the Miller products.

    SW
     
  7. kehrby

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    Now the cat thing would really pi$$ me off!

    Steve
     
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    Nothing better than the smell of Coors Light, gun oil and a wood burning stove. I can clean guns all day - well, till I have to go pee every other beer, then just clean the beers.
     
  9. Haskins Bill

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    After the cat peed on it did you have to clean the gun again? As in cleaning the powder residue out of the barrel. Bill
     
  10. Dickgshot

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    I wasn't going to relate the second part of the story because it may be too horrible for more sensitive readers - not to mention the ridicule I am subjecting myself to.

    The Browning XT was laying in a foam lined Americase, which was open. After I came back into the room, I closed the case and put it away. My cat had left the scene of the crime, and cat pee is essentially invisible. However, after 24 hours in a gun case, it develops a particular odor that is hard to miss. Also it contain certain chemicals that a nickle hydride finish is not resistant to.
     
  11. kehrby

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    Jeez, I think I'm gonna shoot my cat just to prevent this kind trouble. The beer was nothin'. I wonder if Tron has this kind of trouble with his kitty? But I guess Kitty knows about guns.

    Steve
     
  12. Bruce Specht

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    Kitty pee's #9 so Tron as no problems
     
  13. The Rock

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    And all you could say to the wife about where the cat went was " damned if I know".

    Same thing happened to Jimmy Hoffa.

    Rock

    Jim
     
  14. Finprof

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    The wife of one of my hunting buddies spilled pickel juice all over his 30/30. It too the bluing off in a splotchy mess.
     
  15. powderburn

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    I didn't do the beer thing, but I did blop mustard and ketchup on my citori barrels walking out to the line one night. It was on them for a few minutes before I noticed. It took the blueing right off. So,......be careful when your eating hot dogs while walking out to the line to shoot!!
     
  16. cynergystan

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    Coors Light? Miller? You would have shown better taste drinking the cat pee.
     
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    Were you drinking the beer one ounce at a time every 5 minutes? If so, you could win $5000. Or was it $5?
     
  18. Allen-MX8

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    If you were drinking Chevis Regal you wouldn't have the beer problem!

    Happy New Year one and all!

    Allen
     
  19. 12Gagejon

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    Dickgtax thats what you get for naming your cat Nancy Pelosi Jon
     
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