Clearing a Malfunction.

Clearing a Malfunction.

This is a discussion on Clearing a Malfunction. within the Off Topic Discussion forums, part of the Off Topic category; Dave offers some sound advice about clearing a malfunction. Good stuff here, IMO. Running the Gun: How to Clear a Handgun Malfunction - Guns & ...

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    Clearing a Malfunction.

    Dave offers some sound advice about clearing a malfunction. Good stuff here, IMO.

    Running the Gun: How to Clear a Handgun Malfunction - Guns & Ammo
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    good info
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    Same carry over information from AR platform clearing except the rotation direction. Good information.
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    Quote Originally Posted by ZombieKiller57 View Post
    Same carry over information from AR platform clearing except the rotation direction. Good information.
    Yep, I absolutely love to watch experts with M16, M4 and AR's! Shows true professionalism when after they fire they flip it over and observe to ejection area. Something instilled in us every time at the range!!
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    Click, whack, snick-snack....
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    Quote Originally Posted by jdw174 View Post
    Click, whack, snick-snack....
    Nicely put!!
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    Quote Originally Posted by ArmyCobra1 View Post
    Yep, I absolutely love to watch experts with M16, M4 and AR's! Shows true professionalism when after they fire they flip it over and observe to ejection area. Something instilled in us every time at the range!!
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    Welll done!



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    Quote Originally Posted by ArmyCobra1 View Post
    Nicely put!!
    Can't take credit for that one. Got it from John Farnam while we were running a self-defense class. Another one of his favorite sayings I got was when someone asked him what his favorite martial art was. His response was "snick-snack KABOOM!)
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    Quote Originally Posted by jdw174 View Post
    Can't take credit for that one. Got it from John Farnam while we were running a self-defense class. Another one of his favorite sayings I got was when someone asked him what his favorite martial art was. His response was "snick-snack KABOOM!)
    Well, since John isn't on the forum, you get full credit for it!!
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