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Discussion in 'NFA & Class III Discussion' started by RustyZX9, Sep 13, 2009.

  1. RustyZX9

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    I run into that with the 9mm. If I warn whoever is running the timer they have been able to make things work out. The more that I've thought about this the more I think that good discipline is really the only prudent course of action. My big concern is that it won't take much of a lapse to burn the $%@! out of myself. lol... Seems like someone warned me about that already too. I'm sure that I'll figure something out. Thanks again for all of the help.
     
  2. MAS GunWorks

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    You will only do it once. Kind of like burning or touch the pipe or exhaust on a motorcycle. It usually only takes one time to make you not want to do it again. I won't say I know from experience but I won't do it again.
     
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    Yep it only takes once lol. I was showing someone how to us a redimag and reached over the top and it hit the under side of my bicep. It stung a little...
     
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    Rusty about the only thing that would actually work AND POSSIBLY not cook the can would be an aluminum heat sink. But something like that would look just hideous. :nono2:
     

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