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The Ultimate Fudd Unboxing!!!!

Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by djbradles, May 22, 2019.

  1. djbradles

    djbradles NES Member

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    Lolcowz for some of the content of this vid but there is nothing more fitting for a Fudd than his box being unboxed!

     

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    PATRON NES Life Member NES Member

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    This is so fake,but hit her.
     
  3. frenchman

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    Awesome find. If he paid less than $6.50 for it, he got a great deal. Seriously, what a hunk of junk. Not a single knife worth saving. The most useful items were the box of shitty Blazer ammo and the snap caps.
     
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    Don’t forget the “ onehundred and one est” (also known as the onehundred and first) edition of the shooters bible...(1:32)
     
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    greencobra NES Member

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    is that guy the chicks boy friend/husband? shit, i would have bitch slapped him long ago.
     
  6. 1919FAN

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    Fudorama for sure.
     
  7. Dennis in MA

    Dennis in MA NES Member

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    With a shovel. Then hit himself. That looked 100% fake. Who the hell packs their own trunk like that???? "Wow, I'll pack it so some guy will buy it at auction and then reveal what I put in there on a lame-ass 25min Youtube video!"
     
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  8. 45collector

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    No love for the Browning A5?
     
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    enbloc NES Life Member NES Member

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    24+ minutes? Not today...

    Alright, watched it for George.

    And other than George, I'm left with two thoughts:
    1) That locker looks like it belongs to a 17-year old from Georgia.
    2) Who the hell stores an A5 with the bolt cocked back?
     
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    As soon as I heard their voices I turned the volume off, and fast forwarded through all the garbage until the shotgun came out. ;)
    Is it bad to store an A5 with the bolt open? I'm trying to think if the Remington model 11 (same shotgun basically) in my safe is in battery or not. Sometimes I'll leave the action open just so I can peek in once in a while during the summer months with a flashlight and make sure there's no surface rust starting on anything.
     
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    Well thats five minutes of my life I ain't getting back!
     
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    Glad they put on their knee pads for that...
     
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  13. Dennis in MA

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    You store it that way so when you pull it out of the unboxing, you can tell people it's clear right off instead of having to "pretend" to know how to struggle with opening the action.
     
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    Why leave any undue stress on the link spring? I try to store all firearm springs "at ease" (resting) if possible.

    This is fun. Sound effects alone are worth the click...
     
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    I always thought springs wore out by repeated compression/ decompression, rather than simply staying compressed. But yeah I guess it doesn't hurt to leave them at their "least stressed" state.
     
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    Repeated compress/decompress does fatigue a spring. Not being an engineer or metallurgist though, I also feel prolonged compression can fatigue a spring over a duration.
    What won't fatigue a spring is long term positioning in a relaxed state. Many folks also think that long-term storage of fully loaded magazines can slop out the spring and choose to down-load by one or two rounds. I guess it really is "Owner Preference"...

    I'm no brain scientist, and have a lazy streak, so my springs get the same treatment I give myself... [smile]

    A funny note: I just recently upgraded a pump shottie I own with a Choate +2 Mag extension that came with a longer magazine spring. On the instruction sheet it said not to leave the tube "fully-loaded" during storage and to load 1 or 2 less rounds for long term storage. (which kinda defeats the purpose of adding the extension, as I want MAX CAPACITY, on my READY-TO-GO Defensive shotgun) If the whole compression/decompression effect on springs is valid, why does this manufacture not suggest it? It puzzled me a bit...
     
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  17. djbradles

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    That’s an old man prepper box for the man that was non-military and never accessed the interwebs nor had a smartphone. He used his own ingenuity and multiple years of calculated QVC knife buying when downing cans of Pabst.
     
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    But that curved knife is so rare!

    What's the over/under on how many times that idiot said WOW! ?
     
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    Per people who looked into it and would by all observations know something about gun storage:

    Springs should be stored in their most relaxed state, not compressed. This is for long term storage. Trigger spring and hammer springs are not the most robust material.

    I store all my .gov guns and personal guns bolt closed, hammer forward, per the direction of a bunch of guys in Harpers Ferry who's job is to break stuff then figure out how to make it more robust, or how not to break it.
     

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