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    Somewhere in cyberspace there might be an auction for a totally fake PU sniper (since it's built on a 40 Tula I doubt if there's any intention to deceive). However, the seller has this text: There are 9 holes that have been drilled into the end of the barrel ( 3 on each side and 3 on top). They appear to be a homemade muzzle brake.

    Wow. My mind boggles.

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    At least they used the correct version, instead of "break."
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    [QUOTE=LottaMosins;7037770]At least they used the correct version, instead of "break."

    That is a pet peeve of mine and you see it everywhere,
    "You'd know what it is if you needed one!"

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    [QUOTE=chuter;7038146]
    Quote Originally Posted by LottaMosins View Post
    At least they used the correct version, instead of "break."

    That is a pet peeve of mine and you see it everywhere,
    One of my "favorites" is when somebody lists a gun and says something like "it only has 150 rounds threw it".

    The subject rifle has quite a few bids at this point. Wonders never cease.







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    Quote Originally Posted by LottaMosins View Post
    At least they used the correct version, instead of "break."
    Respectfully sir, but in this case, due to the alteration, the correct word would be break...... The rifle is "broken."
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    What's even worse is those nine holes in the muzzle were probably drilled using a hand drill that couldn't be stopped after the bit broke through the inside of the barrel before it 'got into' the other side of the bore.

    Yes, I agree it is a muzzle "BREAK".

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    I think there's been a dramatic uptick in Bubbatization with the advent of cordless power tools.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ronbo6 View Post
    What's even worse is those nine holes in the muzzle were probably drilled using a hand drill that couldn't be stopped after the bit broke through the inside of the barrel before it 'got into' the other side of the bore.
    And just think...the only way to smooth the inside of the bore out where the drills exited the wall is to shoot steel bullets through it! Not this kid....

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