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Money. @brownellsinc "What is your most commonly used gunsmithing tool?"
— Tamara K. (@TamSlick) January 31, 2013
And yet, I suspect it wasn't the answer they were looking for .... ;-)
Hammers can be fun too.
What is your most commonly used gunsmithing tool?"Profane language.The kind that scares the living shit out of hippies and would-be gun banners.Cheers!
A mallet. Seriously.Pins don't drive themselves.(And Eugene Stoner has something to answer for with all those God Damned Roll Pins.)
That's the most useful tool on Harley Davidsons, too.
(money, I mean, although the mallet is tempting at times...)
My own blood.
Oh, and Fulton Armory actually coughed up the .308 AR lower I had ordered before the Obama gold rush started ...Hello WECSOG my old friend, I've come to talk with you again ...
But do you actually read Gyno-Star?
I've been reading your blog for a loooong time, Tam. Never commented, but I have to now.I love you (in a totally non-stalking way). You are awesome.
carnaby,Only once or twice. canttellifserious.gif
I have been very funny on twitter today...All I got was one RT from Cam Edwards... OK that's pretty good...
the telephone. for all my dipshit buddies who call me with inane gunsmithing questions.
The one I pay to work on my guns.
Face it, most people in the US ain't on Twitter, and many don't even know much about blogging. I was in a SC BBQ joint recently and the waitress marveled at my Kindle, and it was the old keyboard type.
Larry:a proper Harley mechanic will have the largest collection of hammers you will ever encounter.Some of them just for truing the crankshaft.
My twitter is for all my gun rants that are too rude to put on Facebook among polite company.jf
I would normally say money, but since I do clean my Ruger 22/45 regularly I'll have to say rubber mallet.
That's what she said.Does that work here? I mean it felt right at the time but now it sort of feels flat.
The joys of percussive maintenance!
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