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Discussion in 'The Okie Corral' started by metrogruntual, Mar 21, 2010.
"things you don't want to be on fire on the nightstand" for a thousand Alex...
The Glock is ruined, obviously.
The melted object on the left is (was), a cellphone?
I guess that is one thing that will stop a Glock.
I bet it will still shoot though.
Text overload, does it every time.
How did that happen?
I seriously hope it was some wild/crazy monkey sex and a tipped over candle that made it all worth it!!
Cue the rimshot, I'll be here all week.
loooks like that glock will still fire,
and thats obviously a cell phone on the left, who wouldnt recognize these items ?
I've seen uglier grip reductions.
You were freebasing and set yourself on fire, right?
That'll buff right out.
"What is a Blackberry and a Glock, please."
If you had a fire that'll do THAT on your nightstand in your bedroom............and those two items being damaged are your biggest concern, you got lucky. Congrats on no one getting killed and your house not burning down. Phones and Glocks are replaceable.
gonna test fire that glock ?
Mine melted that badly in a house fire. While it 'shot' in the fire, it certainly won't fire again. Frame contorted enough to keep the slide from moving. Can't speak for that one, but I certainly wouldn't be trying to fire it.
ding, ding, ding~
You clearly overdrove it -- It's AA's, not CR123's in the little "luv buzzer," and be sure to switch it off before setting it on the nightstand.
BB storm and a G17/G22?
Again proving the danger of the traditional arrangement for smokers:
Cellphone - Ashtray - Glock
on the nightstand.