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- 26 years old
- August 3, 1987
- Davisburg, Michigan
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Topics I've Started
09 January 2011 - 12:55 PMHad a couple new acquisitions and figured I'd throw an updated group shot here:
30 July 2010 - 04:55 PMTrying my hand at getting some knowledge out there.
19 July 2010 - 04:53 PM
Up for grabs is a 2k PPS Center Feed Blazer Package. Item functions perfectly, tested it at Living Legends 3. Only want gone to free up space.
2k Center Feed Body with Sheridan Grip Frame and RVA
Shocktech Drop Forward Rail
Empire On/Off ASA
10.5" PPS Brass Unported .685 Barrel with wedgits
12" PPS Brass Unported .690 Barrel with wedgits matched to the marker
PPS Pump Kit (Fits 1k and 2k Models) with extra o-rings and P-Block screw
Barrel Blocking Device
Blazer Printed manual
Pump Kit Install Manual
Price $450 shipped within US
Just returned May 25th from Jim @ ICE, did a complete rebuild and upgraded to DV8 Specs.
Comes with everything pictured
Box, Manual, Matching 10" CP barrel
Extra Seals, shims, trap door Kit, filters, parts, misc stuff.
$360 shipped (to US)
BNIB Classic Mag
Just cycled to test seals and fittings. Never seen paint, matching valve. Original owner, pried open the box myself. Some reason there wasn't a barrel or the receipt of the chrono test with it so I got a new Armson barrel with it instead.
Comes with everything pictured:
New ~10" Straight Rifled Armson Barrel
New 16" 2pc All American Barrel
Let's say $230 shipped (to US)
Accept Paypal or MO
These are my duplicates and are only taking up space, so if they sit here a while so be it.
09 June 2010 - 08:15 PMSome guys on MCB wanted to see/hear the Assault 80's shoot, so here it is....
And I didn't plan on where to put the camera so get ready for shaky cam for a few seconds.
20 October 2009 - 04:38 PMJust a shout to see who else it competing against old man winter to finish their outdoor work before the white stuff begins to fly. If you done have a "winter" I guess just post up what you are currently trying to complete.
As for me, kinda an average fall clean up.
Need to chop up a beefy 45ft maple tree , a couple spindly 30 footers, a few heafty oak braches we trimmed off the northern side of the tree in the backyard. Cut it to length split it and stack it to dry. Trim a few rose bushes back, thin the grape vines, blackberry/raspberry patches, divide some iris'/lily of the valley/another 2 dozen (can never remember the name of the things).
Move a few yards of field stone to the shore line before they're frozen in place . Building a seawall extending into the lake along the property line to form a containment area. We'll back fill with other local dirt and rake in muck from the other side to rebuild part of the shore line we had 10 years ago. We'll start that in the spring so we can spike it with wild grapes and ground elder to get a good mingling of roots quickly to tie it together.
Get snow blowers and snowmobile primed and ready to go for the new season. Change my tires , OEM "things" are crap, 20K and they're done (80k my ass). Finish cleaning out our pump house and we should be good to go.
I'm shooting for the wood, roses and fruit trimming this Fri/sat.