Shower Blaster

Joe13

Messages
13,299
Reactions
40,358
I thought from the thread title that this had something to do about peeing in the shower :confused:

My G17 goes everywhere with me - including the bathroom but not inside the shower...

I don’t take hot steamy showers so it’s never been a problem.


If the good Lord decides it’s my time to go while in the shower, well I’m willing to take that chance. I just won’t be dying where Elvis did:D;)
 

MechaNik

Messages
1,362
Reactions
3,037
  • National Rifle Association
  • Oregon Firearms Federation
  • Second Amendment Foundation
  • Gun Owners of America
I thought from the thread title that this had something to do about peeing in the shower :confused:

My G17 goes everywhere with me - including the bathroom but not inside the shower...

I don’t take hot steamy showers so it’s never been a problem.


If the good Lord decides it’s my time to go while in the shower, well I’m willing to take that chance. I just won’t be dying where Elvis did:D;)
The only time I showered with a pistol was when the rioters were a half mile from my home. Getting all the water out of the nooks and crannies wasn't fun.
 

Joe13

Messages
13,299
Reactions
40,358
The only time I showered with a pistol was when the rioters were a half mile from my home. Getting all the water out of the nooks and crannies wasn't fun.
Imo everyone should have an air compressor in their gun cleaning arsenal.

Spray all the nasty stuff out and sprays oil into all of the places it’s hard to get too without soaking it in oil.

Buy some dog training pads and toss one on the floor and blow everything on it. Keeps the floor clean and it’s very nice for keeping your guns immaculate.;)
 
Messages
6,365
Reactions
10,676
Admittedly, though the OP is catching some sarcasm here from others.. In another post Ive mentioned this:
When I used to own a hipoint, I actually kept one in a double zip-locked bag with a desiccant pack and paper towels (to also absorb moisture). Kept it in the drawer.
Zero rust issues. I agree an air tight dry box is the way to go now.. I didnt see many of those in stores though back when I lived my crummy old apartment.
I was younger, it was fun to practice being ultra prepared just for the hell of it.. but ultimately unnecessary and hipointless.

After selling the hipoint I found a diving knife at a pawn shop, to this day I still have that in the bathroom for fun.. Again, completely over the top and unnecessary.. but I think its cool as hell to have a diving knife strapped to my shower caddy. Great talking piece for company. :s0046:

Had some women that stayed over night found it awesome and actually felt a bit safer... then, some others didn't care for it and didn't understand. But those same ones didn't understand carrying a firearm for self defense either..
 
Last edited:
Messages
32
Reactions
112
Used to shower with my M-4, was real handy for getting all the moon dust out of it and it got cleaner then I could have gotten it using traditional cleaning stuff, and it dried out before I got fully toweled off! Just hang it muzzle down and let gravity do the work! Same with my M-9 :s0155:
That and spray a bunch of shaving cream in those suckers while in the shower it eats the carbon ;)
 
Messages
100
Reactions
122
A protective dog is all you really need
I have to at least partially agree. My dogs (Hound and lab/malamute) lay on the floor outside the bathroom while I'm in the shower. They alert me to anything (they think) is out of the ordinary pretty quickly. They would slow down an intruder long enough for my naked arse to exit the shower and grab the 870.
 

UPCOMING EVENTS

Cerberus Training Group - Skill Builder
Cerberus Training Group
47 Cattle Dr, Goldendale, WA 98620, USA
Cerberus Training Group - Skill Builder
Cerberus Training Group
47 Cattle Dr, Goldendale, WA 98620, USA
Arms Collectors of SW Washington Gun Show
Battleground Community Center
912 E Main St, Battle Ground, WA 98604, USA
Cerberus Training Group - Run the Gun Pistol
Cerberus Training Group
47 Cattle Dr, Goldendale, WA 98620, USA
Cerberus Training Group - Run the Gun Rifle
Cerberus Training Group
47 Cattle Dr, Goldendale, WA 98620, USA

LATEST RESOURCE REVIEWS

  • Sunset Firearms
    5.00 star(s)
    Gordon is a great guy, highly recommend doing business with him.
    • NWGN
  • Rapid Fire Arms
    5.00 star(s)
    Have done several transfers through this shop. All were pleasant experiences. Folks were friendly and pleasant, prices were fair. I wouldn't...
  • Gorge Guns
    5.00 star(s)
    Good little shop. Have transferred numerous pieces here and it's always been pain free. My only little gripe is limited hours (currently not...
  • Money Market Pawn Shop
    5.00 star(s)
    Great place to pickup from sites like Davidson's. Low fees. Friendly folks.
  • Money Market Pawn Shop
    5.00 star(s)
    This has been my go to for all transfers. Peter, the two Jasons and Joe have always been very professional and accommodating. The transfer...
Top Bottom