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Discussion in 'Shooting - Reloading Forum' started by Bottomland hunter, Aug 1, 2020.
I seriously doubt you and the truth have ever crossed paths.
100% of the time. Quit kidding yourself
Rust just adds character. That’s why I don’t use camo guns, only black guns. My gun is known to me and all around me as “Trusty Rusty”
Rust alone cannot add character to someone possessing none of such, in the first place.
I don't call rusty springs character. I was lazy and neglectful like you about 25-30 years ago and let 1 gun rust away. No thanks, never again. I hunted the salt around 20 days last season with my wood/blued 1100 .410 and it doesn't have any rust because I'm not lazy and take care of my guns. After 7 years of hunting saltwater I took my Beretta 3901 (a gun I bought used) to a gun smith to change a weak spring in the trigger mech. He Couldn't believe it had ever been in the salt.
It's not hard to clean a gun. IMO never cleaning one or letting it rust away shows lack of respect for things. Kind of like a spoiled child would have.
My Benelli is 7 years old now and gets hunted on salt water basically every day of the season. It’s rusted up and has been cleaned once in its lifetime. Hasn’t missed a beat. Call it lazy, but I say if it’s not broke, don’t fix it. Guns are cheap. If I can’t fix it when it breaks, I’ll just buy a new one. I’m in no way spoiled, but you keep having your antiquated opinions
That was a prize gun, Beretta A300 Extrema. Only camo gun I’ve ever owned, shot it for a year. Won a black SBE2 and instantly swapped it out. Nothing wrong with it, just loved the Benelli and a black gun.
It’s the M3500 then
You need whipped with a rubber hose for that much abuse toward that firearm ! How long has it taken to build that much hunk up ?