Vern Lougee
Vern Lougee Drop a glock in a camp fire, let it burn and try to fire it the next day
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Vern Lougee
Vern Lougee I bet the 1911 would fire.
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Michael Z. Williamson
Michael Z. Williamson Vern Lougee I bet the 1911 won't. Apparently you've never done any blacksmithing.
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Vern Lougee
Vern Lougee Or run over it with an M1 Abrams
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Michael Z. Williamson
Michael Z. Williamson And I guess my question is, why are you leaving your gun in a campfire?
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Michael Z. Williamson
Michael Z. Williamson An Abrams will smash any gun flat, or into the surface underneath, or both. Don't be ridiculous.
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Vern Lougee
Vern Lougee Let's see, you need a gun and take one from a burned out tank.
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Michael Z. Williamson
Michael Z. Williamson Vern Lougee Right. Well, when the game is over and you're back in the real world, we'll talk.
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Vern Lougee
Vern Lougee I know an AK will fire under those conditions
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Vern Lougee
Vern Lougee My 1911 is solid steel. Tracks of a tank would simply smoosh it into the dirt. Wipe it off and it will fire. If it were torched in a fire, a minimal amount of cleaning and it would fire.
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Brian Corbino
Brian Corbino Just.... No.
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Vern Lougee
Vern Lougee as long as the spring components were not destroyed it would. The thermoplastics of a glock would be destroyed much faster
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Brian Corbino
Brian Corbino I've watched the frames for a 1911 be born. They only drop 5 ton on a red hot bar to get one. Driving a 20+ ton tank over it is going to snap it like a twig.
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Michael Z. Williamson
Michael Z. Williamson Vern Lougee Are you 16? Because if you're not, you deserve all kinds of scorn for your compelete ignorance.
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Vern Lougee
Vern Lougee 20 tons spread out over the track width and length. pounds per square inch
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Michael Z. Williamson
Michael Z. Williamson A decently hot campfire will distort a 1911, and will destroy the temper on everything, especially the springs. It will not fire again, ever.
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Vern Lougee
Vern Lougee I will concede the fire
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Michael Z. Williamson
Michael Z. Williamson I'm going to immortalize this conversation for posterity.
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