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Discussion in 'General Glocking' started by Glocks n' Crocs, Oct 14, 2013.
I used to give my 1911 a light spritzing of chamomile water before bed. Now I know better.
Oh yes, a lot of unexpected things can happen in space. A gun might also shatter into pieces, just like in Terminator 2 where Arnold shoots the T1000, if you fire it up there because the temperature reaches (rarely), or comes very close to absolute zero temperature (the lowest temperature possible -459.67 Fahrenheit) in areas away from sunlight and other heat sources. Absolute or near zero makes steel, and other metals and materials extremely brittle, because the atoms stop vibrating and become super conductive if you don't heat it.
[ame="http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cHgd73RMxaI"]Glock 21SF Underwater Test - YouTube[/ame]
yes, some people have too much time to wander.
I know it's an ad, but evidently it worked for some guy against a bobcat.
Bac, this is an elite commando talk. its best to stay out of it. if they hazzz to explain, you wouldn't understandz. never know when a ninja sneak attacks you while you in jacuzzi