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Nope !!..that's a Johnny.....that is ....

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Gday

johnny... that’s a very Brit term. But same same.

A rubber is a standard piece of naval issue.

Has been since WW1. 

“Once deployed over the Barrrel of a standard weapon... be it Lee Enfield or Styre carbine, it protects the Weapon from water ingress.

The first round fired destroys the water tight integrity requiring the “rubber” to be 

re-applied after the first action to retain effectiveness.”

C

 

 

 

 

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It has many uses...I've put them over my chrome handles,when painting for quickness ..instead of taking the handle off....perfect....

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38. eraser

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1 hour ago, jillar said:

38. eraser

Because ..... it erases stuff :) 

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On 1/10/2019 at 10:57 PM, Cbdave said:

johnny... that’s a very Brit term. But same same.

 

Yeah but its also a "raincoat" and a "franga" (which would you believe is short for a "French Letter").... and of course a connie.

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