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Alchemy Lives!

According to Tam, who saw it on the Glock Talk forum:

His response was that his machinist buddy had, after some experimentation resulting in blowing the gun up a couple of times, “converted” two thirds of the barrel to titanium.

Damn, now if he can just figure out how to convert it into gold, we can all be rich.

5 Responses to “Alchemy Lives!”

  1. Alcibiades McZombie says:

    I think it takes some sort of nuclear reaction to turn lead into gold, but it is prohibitively expensive to perform.

    I wish it was easier, then all those Gold Standard people will be left out to dry.

  2. Ahab says:

    That’s nothing – I converted my entire Ruger GP100 to hardened ceramic so it won’t set off metal detectors!

  3. gattsuru says:

    You can convert lead to gold without any nuclear reactions, but most people don’t have multi-gigawatt particle accelerators laying around.

  4. kaveman says:

    It is possible to turn lead into gold. Only problem is that the process for doing so costs more in energy than the gold is worth.

  5. Alcibiades McZombie says:

    Yeah, I also heard about the particle accelerators, but I wasn’t sure if it was the preferred method.

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