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  1. In Topic: Nelspot 007--EMERGENCY SALE

    20 October 2009 - 05:35 PM

    View PostRuckus Fox, on Nov 27 2007, 10:30 PM, said:

    Due to buyers who have mysteriously disappeared and put out of reach and waiting for a month for payment to arrive...this little lady is back on the market. (Please...god...just buy it.)

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    I'm really looking for just about anything I can get out of it. Comes as is, it has a leak at the pierce pin. I think it's a busted O-ring. I haven't looked at it as I am not an expert at old guns. It has been treated with a metal restoring agent and scrubbed externally.

    We'll start the pricing at $65 shipped USPS Priority, but please...just make an offer.

    I will trade for a Halo Hopper, either Black or Smoke, preferrably frontman.

    Please PM me with your offer after posting here.


    So you think the leak is due to a busted o-ring? If you still have it, I'll make an offer of $30.
  2. In Topic: Question about the Palmer's Stabilizer....

    19 September 2009 - 06:39 PM

    View PostStormfyre, on Sep 19 2009, 04:00 PM, said:

    I run a Tippman 98 custom pro platinum series with a remote line that has the proconnect on it. I've noticed that there are several different types of regulators made by Palmer's Pursuit. I want to be able to run remote, but also sometimes run with the tank on-gun. Is there a stabilizer that can do that, or will I have to stick with remote only? And if so, could someone please direct me to the correct stabilizer I should get?

    Thanks for all your help guys, I really appreciate it! I think I'm gonna go with Kodiak's suggestion and get the female stabilizer kit. I'm not exactly mechanically inclined, so the simpler the better, and that looks to be simplest out of the suggestions given. Once again, thank you all for your help.