How to break in your rifle

How to break in your rifle

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    How to break in your rifle

    Just passing it on, you know how it's always a big deal on how to do it so here we go!!

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    What? How does throwing your rifle on the ground break it in? Was this guy serious, or am I missing something? :?
    Being in the rain isn't so bad when you accept the fact that you're going to get wet.
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    Quote Originally Posted by NYC2007
    What? How does throwing your rifle on the ground break it in? Was this guy serious, or am I missing something? :?
    It's a joke...

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    He's using humor to point out that there is no need to break in a rifle.

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    ...and don't use a cow barrel...
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    Sorry. Shows how knowledgable I am. ops:
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    :lol:

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    I wish he would have been more detailed in the amount of force needed to throw it at the ground, and how many shots between each throw to ensure a proper break-in.

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    Quote Originally Posted by wargone
    Quote Originally Posted by Ravenblack
    ...and don't use a cow barrel...
    I want more COW BELL!!!
    :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol:
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