Originally Posted by Hump0311
The only way to do it is a pain.
You have to get the weapon registered to your Armory. As long as it's on the count you can take it over and bring it back. Your best bet to do this is to talk to the NCOIC of your Armory. It's not going to be the same paperwork as checking your weapon into the Armory. So make sure it's the right paperwork you sign. The later will get your weapon in a no go status on the trip back.
However be warned. That in a fire fight should the need arise to trade a magazine with someone you will be screwing yourself or the man next to you.
I will say that nothing stops a threat like a .45
Keep your eyes open and your head on a swivel.
If you get a funny feeling in your gut, trust it!
Doesn't quite work that way. Dont put your Personal Weapon in your Armory. The armorers will play with it and it will be a pain just to be able to take it out to the range. Trust me its a pain I told all new guys not to put it in the armory.