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Posted: 4/19/2016 10:00:13 AM EDT
Link Posted: 4/19/2016 10:02:53 AM EDT
Cool
Link Posted: 4/19/2016 10:08:33 AM EDT
Where is MAC when you need him....
Link Posted: 4/19/2016 10:12:55 AM EDT
Am I the only one cringing from someone dropping an antique collector gun into the mud?
Link Posted: 4/19/2016 10:20:31 AM EDT
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Originally Posted By GoodOlDave:
Am I the only one cringing from someone dropping an antique collector gun into the mud?
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No
Link Posted: 4/19/2016 10:21:19 AM EDT
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Originally Posted By Sajer:
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"I like this gun!"

*drop*
Link Posted: 4/19/2016 10:22:18 AM EDT
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Originally Posted By GoodOlDave:
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You are not alone.
Link Posted: 4/19/2016 10:22:21 AM EDT
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Originally Posted By I_am_Dan:
Originally Posted By GoodOlDave:
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No

Link Posted: 4/19/2016 10:22:29 AM EDT
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Seems to be a lot worse for the wear.
Link Posted: 4/19/2016 10:23:19 AM EDT
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Originally Posted By I_am_Dan:
Originally Posted By GoodOlDave:
Am I the only one cringing from someone dropping an antique collector gun into the mud?



No

It makes me cringe but they are not all collectors. Could be a parts mismash refinished by grandpa shooter
Link Posted: 4/19/2016 10:23:34 AM EDT
Did anyone else notice he forgot to take the earplug out of the muzzle? Whoopsie
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Originally Posted By GoodOlDave:
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Nope I'm doing it too.
Link Posted: 4/19/2016 10:24:06 AM EDT
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Originally Posted By sjuhockey10:


Seems to be a lot worse for the wear.
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Originally Posted By sjuhockey10:
Originally Posted By GoodOlDave:
Am I the only one cringing from someone dropping an antique collector gun into the mud?


Seems to be a lot worse for the wear.
Considering what it's most likely been through. I have no problems with it, especially if they do a detail strip and clean after.

I'll be watching this when I get home
Link Posted: 4/19/2016 10:24:45 AM EDT
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Originally Posted By fatcat4620:

It makes me cringe but they are not all collectors. Could be a parts mismash refinished by grandpa shooter
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Originally Posted By I_am_Dan:
Originally Posted By GoodOlDave:
Am I the only one cringing from someone dropping an antique collector gun into the mud?



No

It makes me cringe but they are not all collectors. Could be a parts mismash refinished by grandpa shooter


Yep. Plenty of non-collector Lugers in the world.
Link Posted: 4/19/2016 10:25:41 AM EDT
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Originally Posted By Diesel_Maximus_2992:
Considering what it's most likely been through. I have no problems with it, especially if they do a detail strip and clean after.

I'll be watching this when I get home
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Originally Posted By Diesel_Maximus_2992:
Originally Posted By sjuhockey10:
Originally Posted By GoodOlDave:
Am I the only one cringing from someone dropping an antique collector gun into the mud?


Seems to be a lot worse for the wear.
Considering what it's most likely been through. I have no problems with it, especially if they do a detail strip and clean after.

I'll be watching this when I get home



Yeah, but modern mud is nothing like vintage mud.

Link Posted: 4/19/2016 10:26:46 AM EDT
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I see what you did there.
Link Posted: 4/19/2016 10:29:50 AM EDT
It has never crossed my mind to do that to my Luger.. I baby mine
Link Posted: 4/19/2016 10:32:22 AM EDT
Great video, and honestly necessary due to how many rumors there are about the Luger.
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Originally Posted By I_am_Dan:



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Originally Posted By I_am_Dan:
Originally Posted By GoodOlDave:
Am I the only one cringing from someone dropping an antique collector gun into the mud?



No


yeah, that hurt.

don't care if it works in mud test, its done its time let it retire.
Link Posted: 4/19/2016 10:37:40 AM EDT
I wonder how well it would have worked if he dropped it in the mud with the action open. Seems like the mud was all external.
Link Posted: 4/19/2016 10:39:04 AM EDT
Not ever gonna happen.

Made in 1940.
Link Posted: 4/19/2016 10:45:06 AM EDT
I'm going to show that video to my BYF42 non Black Widow next time it mouths off.

Then we'll see who talks shit.
Link Posted: 4/19/2016 11:20:00 AM EDT
I love their mud tests.
Link Posted: 4/19/2016 11:21:56 AM EDT
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Originally Posted By GoodOlDave:
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You are not.

I hope that one they 'tested' is a turd mix-master.

Someday I'd like to get a P08... I won't do that kind of shit with it, tho
Link Posted: 4/19/2016 11:37:47 AM EDT
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Originally Posted By GoodOlDave:
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I heard my Lugers cry out when I watched that video.


What's with that dude's teef?
Link Posted: 4/19/2016 11:56:33 AM EDT
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Originally Posted By GoodOlDave:
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I didn't watch it, because I KNEW I would.

Abuse anything you want, but I'm not going to watch it happen to something like this.
Link Posted: 4/19/2016 12:09:31 PM EDT
Debunking a myth.
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Originally Posted By Sajer:
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Oh no muh hk
Link Posted: 4/19/2016 12:32:41 PM EDT
How does this prove anything?


The action was closed and every hole was plugged and/or filled.

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Originally Posted By bloatingfloater:
How does this prove anything?


The action was closed and the barrel every hole was plugged and/or filled.

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Originally Posted By bloatingfloater:
How does this prove anything?


The action was closed and the barrel every hole was plugged and/or filled.



The barrel I understand. I wouldn't want to blow up a pistol in my hand either. Also, a barrel obstruction with stop any pistol.

I was implying the action, magazine, and magazine well.


Using the pistol in a muddy trench, mud is going to be on, and getting into everything.


A better more realistic test would be to leave the pistol loaded, clean, and holstered. Dunk hands in mud, draw pistol, fire until empty and drop magazine, grab and load a fresh magazine, change weapon, fire.

Link Posted: 4/19/2016 3:09:07 PM EDT
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Originally Posted By Matthew_Q:

Someday I'd like to get a P08... I won't do that kind of shit with it, tho
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What would be the point of such a test? The P08 is a relic and as far as I'm concerned, its performance in mud is a quality of interest only to historians at this point.
Link Posted: 4/19/2016 3:34:20 PM EDT
The only guns I care to see mud tested are my Glocks. Others are range guns and don't see much abuse.

I wouldn't drop any Luger in the mud....but this is my "Luger":


Link Posted: 4/19/2016 10:00:11 PM EDT
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Originally Posted By Gingerbreadman:
I wonder how well it would have worked if he dropped it in the mud with the action open. Seems like the mud was all external.
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Was going to point that out in a post but you saved me the trouble.
Link Posted: 4/19/2016 10:03:37 PM EDT
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This guy is a spaz

Then you got forgotten weapons guy.. Two level 80 gun nerds trying to talk over each other
Link Posted: 4/19/2016 10:05:05 PM EDT
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Originally Posted By ken_mays:


What would be the point of such a test? The P08 is a relic and as far as I'm concerned, its performance in mud is a quality of interest only to historians at this point.
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Originally Posted By ken_mays:
Originally Posted By Matthew_Q:

Someday I'd like to get a P08... I won't do that kind of shit with it, tho


What would be the point of such a test? The P08 is a relic and as far as I'm concerned, its performance in mud is a quality of interest only to historians at this point.


I find it ironic you call the Luger a relic yet your avatar is of a gun of the same design generation!
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Originally Posted By tenmikemike:


I find it ironic you call the Luger a relic yet your avatar is of a gun of the same design generation!
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Originally Posted By tenmikemike:
Originally Posted By ken_mays:
Originally Posted By Matthew_Q:

Someday I'd like to get a P08... I won't do that kind of shit with it, tho


What would be the point of such a test? The P08 is a relic and as far as I'm concerned, its performance in mud is a quality of interest only to historians at this point.


I find it ironic you call the Luger a relic yet your avatar is of a gun of the same design generation!


Ooh

Better get out the burn cream



Link Posted: 4/19/2016 11:12:33 PM EDT
War hippy!
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Originally Posted By skytrooper01:
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Then you got forgotten weapons guy.. Two level 80 gun nerds trying to talk over each other
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You say that like its a bad thing
I would gladly grab a beer with these two and just sit back and listen to their knowledge

Now that luger 'plop' moment, in the mud! I felt that like a kettle bell falling on my nuts
Link Posted: 4/19/2016 11:55:55 PM EDT
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Originally Posted By GoodOlDave:
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It's probably a mismatched "shooter", not worth much more than a new glock.

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Originally Posted By GoodOlDave:
Am I the only one cringing from someone dropping an antique collector gun into the mud?



No


Link Posted: 4/19/2016 11:56:46 PM EDT
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I heard my Lugers cry out when I watched that video.


What's with that dude's teef?
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Originally Posted By Gator:
Originally Posted By GoodOlDave:
Am I the only one cringing from someone dropping an antique collector gun into the mud?


I heard my Lugers cry out when I watched that video.


What's with that dude's teef?


I think he chews dip.
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Originally Posted By skytrooper01:
This guy is a spaz

Then you got forgotten weapons guy.. Two level 80 gun nerds trying to talk over each other
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I'd rather hang out with them than 90% of other gun guys. Ian, and Karl are awesome, and they shoot.
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Originally Posted By Number0neGun:


I'd rather hang out with them than 90% of other gun guys. Ian, and Karl are awesome, and they shoot.
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Originally Posted By Number0neGun:
Originally Posted By skytrooper01:
This guy is a spaz

Then you got forgotten weapons guy.. Two level 80 gun nerds trying to talk over each other


I'd rather hang out with them than 90% of other gun guys. Ian, and Karl are awesome, and they shoot.
pretty much this. they do shit the basement snivelers here only bitch about the "mistakes" of.
Link Posted: 4/20/2016 12:00:40 AM EDT
Anyone else think he looked a bit unhealthy/sickly? I hope the dude is alright.
Link Posted: 4/20/2016 12:10:19 AM EDT
P08 > VP9

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Originally Posted By tenmikemike:


I find it ironic you call the Luger a relic yet your avatar is of a gun of the same design generation!
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Originally Posted By tenmikemike:
Originally Posted By ken_mays:
Originally Posted By Matthew_Q:

Someday I'd like to get a P08... I won't do that kind of shit with it, tho


What would be the point of such a test? The P08 is a relic and as far as I'm concerned, its performance in mud is a quality of interest only to historians at this point.


I find it ironic you call the Luger a relic yet your avatar is of a gun of the same design generation!


The Luger wasn't modernized. Frankly there are a few WWI-WWII era handguns that would still be viable pistols if they were modernized.

The 1911, and Hi-Power are still fantastic handguns, and viable defensive options to this day. If the P-38, and Luger were modernized, I'd say that even they have some utility. Especially if you made a P-38 compact.
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Originally Posted By andersw:

You say that like its a bad thing
I would gladly grab a beer with these two and just sit back and listen to their knowledge

Now that luger 'plop' moment, in the mud! I felt that like a kettle bell falling on my nuts
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Originally Posted By andersw:
Originally Posted By skytrooper01:
This guy is a spaz
Then you got forgotten weapons guy.. Two level 80 gun nerds trying to talk over each other

You say that like its a bad thing
I would gladly grab a beer with these two and just sit back and listen to their knowledge

Now that luger 'plop' moment, in the mud! I felt that like a kettle bell falling on my nuts


I'd be cool with it if he could keep the beer in his hands without shaking and fumbling around.
Link Posted: 4/20/2016 8:00:25 AM EDT
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Originally Posted By Number0neGun:


The Luger wasn't modernized. Frankly there are a few WWI-WWII era handguns that would still be viable pistols if they were modernized.

The 1911, and Hi-Power are still fantastic handguns, and viable defensive options to this day. If the P-38, and Luger were modernized, I'd say that even they have some utility. Especially if you made a P-38 compact.
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Originally Posted By Number0neGun:
Originally Posted By tenmikemike:
Originally Posted By ken_mays:
Originally Posted By Matthew_Q:

Someday I'd like to get a P08... I won't do that kind of shit with it, tho


What would be the point of such a test? The P08 is a relic and as far as I'm concerned, its performance in mud is a quality of interest only to historians at this point.


I find it ironic you call the Luger a relic yet your avatar is of a gun of the same design generation!


The Luger wasn't modernized. Frankly there are a few WWI-WWII era handguns that would still be viable pistols if they were modernized.

The 1911, and Hi-Power are still fantastic handguns, and viable defensive options to this day. If the P-38, and Luger were modernized, I'd say that even they have some utility. Especially if you made a P-38 compact.


P38 became the m9 .. The similarities are loud
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Originally Posted By bloatingfloater:

The barrel I understand. I wouldn't want to blow up a pistol in my hand either. Also, a barrel obstruction with stop any pistol.

I was implying the action, magazine, and magazine well.


Using the pistol in a muddy trench, mud is going to be on, and getting into everything.


A better more realistic test would be to leave the pistol loaded, clean, and holstered. Dunk hands in mud, draw pistol, fire until empty and drop magazine, grab and load a fresh magazine, change weapon, fire.

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Originally Posted By bloatingfloater:
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Originally Posted By bloatingfloater:
How does this prove anything?


The action was closed and the barrel every hole was plugged and/or filled.



The barrel I understand. I wouldn't want to blow up a pistol in my hand either. Also, a barrel obstruction with stop any pistol.

I was implying the action, magazine, and magazine well.


Using the pistol in a muddy trench, mud is going to be on, and getting into everything.


A better more realistic test would be to leave the pistol loaded, clean, and holstered. Dunk hands in mud, draw pistol, fire until empty and drop magazine, grab and load a fresh magazine, change weapon, fire.



Get mud in the action and it's going to jam.

How would dunking your hands in mud be more realistic? Who the fuck dunks their hands in mud and then doesn't even wipe them off before going to shoot?
Link Posted: 4/20/2016 8:24:32 AM EDT
Psssst. Throw it down a driveway then get back with me,
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