Sunday, May 10, 2015


Good point.  Plastic is Organic.  It's got carbon in it.

Therefore your Glock is organic.

What are you, some kinda soap dodgin' HIPPY?  A a swampy commune-dwelling tree hugger?  Get a gun made from mined materials.

Wait... oh crap.  The grips are made from wood.  That's organic.  What about micarta?  Lots of organic materials in there, you'd have to have a lot more sourcing control to eliminate tree based products, or coal or oil based carbon materials in the resin or fibers.

Dang.  That makes me a dirty hippy, too, I guess....

OH CRAP!  Steel has carbon in it.  It's organic too.


Kristophr said...

Amusing, but confused.

Organic Chemistry refers to the chemistry of long chain hydro-carbon molecules.

Petro-chemical engineering is considered an Organic Chemistry subject due to those same hydro-carbons, but there is some debate whether or not the origin is really from fossils, or simply Methane getting cooked under pressure for a very long time ( Abiotic ), or a combination of both.

New Jovian Thunderbolt said...

Me? Confused? On the internet?

Old NFO said...

LOL, bored are we???