TIP OF THE MONTH

When I am cleaning my barrel between relays the first thing I do is to put 2 very wet patches down the bore with your choice of solvents. Leave the rifle and do your reloading, gabbing or what-ever. When I hear the relay, before mine being called up I put a dry patch down the bore. This takes out the mud and crud that has been softened up, by the solvents, out of the barrel. Then use a clean brush for about 5 or 10 strokes. Go slowly at this point in order to give the bristles time to do their job. I have seen guys work that brush like they were trying to start a fire. Next run a patch through to take out the remaining mud and throw that patch away, that's the one that has the bristles on it. The next patch I put through, I look at it turn it around and push it through again. If there is still mud on it I use another one and do the same.


JOKE OF THE MONTH

3 old guys standing around and gabbing, first one, this being 60 ain't so hot, why? When I get up in the morning I can't pee, drink water, take pills but just can't pee. Second man, well being 70 is not that great. Why? when I get up in the morning I can't have a bowel movement. Drink prune juice by the gallon, take pills but no luck. Third old guy, well I am here to tell you that 80 is really bad, why cain't you pee, nope, at 6:00am I pee like a racehorse on a flat rock. Oh, you can't have a movement, nope! at 6:30am I have a bowel movement that would be the envy of most people. Well what's the problem then? I DON'T WAKE UP UNTIL 7:00am.

 

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