Old January 16th, 2021, 03:57 PM #31
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I was at AGC and for some reason (cant remember exactly) was disassembling my Kimber 1911. I rotated the barrel bushing the wrong way and shot the recoil spring plug into the grass behind the line. Took 30 mins to find and I know this because it was durning a cease fire and I didnt find it until the next one.

Broke some lugs of an AR castle but because I let the wrench slip off during torquing.

A friend once broke the trigger guard ear off a Colt m4 lower because he was trying to replace the trigger guard without the right tools and without supporting the opposite side.

One thing Ive learned when assembling ARs is to go slow, take my time, and get the correct tools. Also it never hurts to tape off the areas around the part Im working on to avoid scratches/dings
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Old January 16th, 2021, 04:13 PM #32
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Shot my silernceo omega on my ar10 - forgot to lock it on. Using the asr mount. It went about 40 yards. No worse for the wear.
Edit lolz missed the repair part. Delete
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