When I need to pull the trigger on my presumably empty gun in order to release spring tension in order to disassemble it for cleaning, I always do so with the gun pointing at a brick wall facing an empty back yard.
I'd advise against that. fragments of bullet or brick on backblow can be very dangerous. i'd suggest something that'll slow down a bullet with less chance of personal injury. a gallon of water is good, especially since you'll probably need to clean you shorts if you had a negligent discharge.
posted on 03/02/2011 10:40:50 AM PST
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To: absolootezer0; PapaBear3625
especially since you'll probably need to clean you shorts if you had a negligent discharge.
That's why you need two gallons of water ...;'}
posted on 03/02/2011 10:42:45 AM PST
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