First let me state that I did not say that his wife was ugly my concern
was how he treated her if he treated his fire arms that way.
I personally have seen the results of abuse to firearms and I dont think
we should encourage this type of behavior.
I to have a very good friend who has all ways treated his rifles abusively
and I tried to scold him ever chance I had but he did'nt care, well it finally
happened ,On a hunting trip he was carrying his weatherby around with the
barrel muzzel down on the floor matt when he got to his stand he spotted
a nice buck and tried a shot. When he awoke the rifle had blown up between
the recever and left hand and sp;it in five pieces also blowing the scope off.
After looking at the remains of a once fine rifle there was mudd around the crown,
apparently he had packed mudd or a small rock in the barrel causing it to blow up.
This was my concern and as a friend you should express your concerns.
If I offended any one I'm sorry but safe practices should allways be a priority
when handling any type of firearm.
In the future I will keep my comments to my self on this type of behavior,and
by the way my friend takes much better care of his rifles now.
J E CUSTOM