Cleaning Firearms

As Bruce points out, step one is to unload the firearm, not get an ice cold bucket of Miller Lite.  Any guess on what The Garden State would do to an FID holder if this happened?

5 Responses to “Cleaning Firearms”

  1. Oh, that’s nothing. See this. By the way, he lives in the next county over. He’s not ours.

  2. Sebastian says:

    I’m assuming they mean snake shot?

  3. kaveman308 says:

    I wonder if the cops were using my tried and true method for cleaning guns.

    Ya see, I take a bullet that’s slightly smaller than my guns’ bore, dip it in Hoppes and shove it through the barrel with a steel ramrod.

    Takes a really long long time for the bullet to come out clean, requires alot of elbow grease and brute force and sure, I shoot the occassional toddler here and there but if anyone has a better technique, I’d love to hear about it.

  4. B Smith says:

    Remember, “police and military are the only people who need firearms/assault weapons”. Makes one wonder what a barrel of fun it might have been if they’d been cleaning an m-4 carbine on full auto…

  5. Ahab says:

    In a gun cleaning accident that had nothing to do w/miller light or loaded guns, I managed to smash my index finger last night in the bolt of Frankenshotty – this morning it’s all swollen and I need to go to the range.