Step-son has acquired several hundred rounds of surplus steel rounds for his AK-47. Could someone tell me if this ammo is more detrimental to the barrel than copper? In my mind, because copper bullets are inherently softer than steel, that they are much easier on the barrel than steel.
Thanks.13 AnswersHunting7 years ago
I've read about the problems with firing a 5.56 round in a rifle chambered for the .223. And the reverse is probably OK. I just got a new Bushmaster Patrolman AR15. It's clearly marked on the barrel ".223/5.56". Is this designed to fire both rounds reliably?7 AnswersHunting8 years ago
Doing my routine maintenance today, I checked the transmission (automatic) per the Owner's Manual. Nothing showed on the dip stick. I put in about 3/4 of a quart. Now it's above the fill mark. Can I leave it or should I drain some out?
Thanks.1 AnswerMaintenance & Repairs8 years ago
Is scared to death when it rains. It's not so much the thunder, but the sound of rain on the roof. She shakes so hard she starts panting. I try to hold her and love her but she just wants down, prowls around, and will hide under a table or desk.
Any thoughts to calm her down?1 AnswerDogs9 years ago
I have a large wooden deck/patio. When my three Mini-Schnauzers go outside either with me or through the dog door (they are house broken), there are a few spots that they just HAVE to mark. Needless to say these places are getting stained. Is there any product I can spray or paint to keep them from marking these spots?2 AnswersDogs9 years ago