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Chinglish - Identify the Product

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Chinglish - Identify the Product

Post by Twitch on December 8th 2011, 15:24

Ok, so recently I ordered a replacement part for a rental gun. Today the part came and had some pretty interesting instructions.

Try to guess the product. Those of you who knew I was ordering this aren't allowed to guess.

These are the actual instructions in full, punctuation, spelling and all:
(and no, its not a gunstock)
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"This gunstock is a fine-structure, Keep dirty out to prevent failure"

"Open case from the top and put into about shells (do not put them more than shells)."

"Lock case till you hear the sound of "Pa" . After shooting, pull relieve shaft reverse the gunstock to pour out. This will support your proper shooting next time."

"Notice: After you keep this gunstock vertically and give full shoot, will be left go out reversing stock."

"Keep balls outlet upward and the bottom till the sound of "JiJi" turns to "KaTa KaTa......." The sound of "JiJi" shows it do not run into teeth."

"Be sure to put into gunstock till them full out of outlet, them assemble the stock. Be sure for 2 circle turns above to put full into teeth."

"Touch the hard till the sound change. * Do not make damage at any strength."

"After shooting AK47 will become windy shot, then you can take stock apart and knock it hard or ground. Or you can use hard stick to poke the assemble stock."

"If the above operation can not make smoothly, you must balls out and sprinkle some lubricant into stock. But even guns with fire-powder enhance-system device will not work in regular short time."


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Re: Chinglish - Identify the Product

Post by Miner on December 8th 2011, 18:05

Would it really be that hard for these companies to find 1 person that speaks english to look at these things before they send them out??
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Re: Chinglish - Identify the Product

Post by Twitch on December 8th 2011, 18:07

@Miner wrote:Would it really be that hard for these companies to find 1 person that speaks english to look at these things before they send them out??

My thoughts exactly. Reading this packaging hurt my brain.

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Re: Chinglish - Identify the Product

Post by Tango on December 8th 2011, 18:10

My have skull not happy good time comfort.

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Re: Chinglish - Identify the Product

Post by TheRedThreat on December 10th 2011, 11:49

Sounds like a winding drum mag. But it could be a rice cooker!

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Re: Chinglish - Identify the Product

Post by Crack on December 10th 2011, 16:05

A barrel or something? Or something for your GB?

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Re: Chinglish - Identify the Product

Post by Twitch on December 10th 2011, 16:17

@TheRedThreat wrote:Sounds like a winding drum mag. But it could be a rice cooker!

You were close. The instructions listed are for a High-Cap Magazine for an AK-47.


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Re: Chinglish - Identify the Product

Post by Jazzman on December 10th 2011, 18:45

I was leaning closer to the rice cooker, wouldn't have guessed the mag
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