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09 November 2009 - 02:17 PMfirst up, a fixed barrel M16 framed Line SI bushmaster, with brass hammer, original SI delrin tipped bolt, Line SI i think powertube, back bottle, brass trigger shoe, asking $70+ shipping
second up, a custom Line SI Bushmaster Deluxe, with TASO Anti-Kink internals, brass hammer, LAPCO #6 powertube, 007 frame, Assault Line L stock, powdercoated frame and stock, brass trigger shoe, removable barrel, removable muzzle brake, does not come with sight
asking $130 +shipping
will combine shipping and give discount to SOPC members!
31 October 2009 - 01:49 PMright now i'm listening to this! Deadlines Dark Night of the Soul fanvid....
27 October 2009 - 01:49 PMwerenotkiddingyou.org (We're NOT KIDDING YOU) sent me an email advert for halloween e-cards.......kinda like the ones we used to get from myspace spammers
03 October 2009 - 01:30 AMI'm aware they make this only in Woodland, ACU, MARPAT, Multicam, 3 color DCU, Olive Drab and Coyote brown...(any of these should work for you lol)
well i just picked this up for $10 buck at a surplus store south of my town, and added pouches i have to it.... (BTW< Coyote brown pouch is not mine..its Mech_CB's)
front of vest/chest rig without pouches, the "bib" can be stowed in the mesh section on back, which have 3 velcro closures
with pouches on, i have 4 single M4 pouches, 2 double M4 pouches, the singles hold 5 10rd tubes, the doubles hold 6 inside each, with 1 tube on side elastic (shown), a 1qt canteen, and the USMC coyote brown IFAK pouch
06 September 2009 - 10:20 PMI enjoy shooting .177 pellets and copper BBs.... just picked up a nice .22 caliber Pellet airgun, from 1957-1962 (i think this one is 60s vintage for sure) a Crosman Model 400 Repeater.......here are the pix!
top view of the bolt action and feed system, thing with red cap is the 10 round magazine....lol...
close up of magazine and feed arm system, that bar of metal with the twist, is the cam for the P shaped feed arm, when i pull bolt back, it turns, the P arm goes up and receives the .22 pellet from the magazine, then when push bolt forward, the P returns into the breech...innovative idea!!! one should enlarge it for a .68 caliber version, for the FS rounds! (might be a wee bit much machining to do...)
front quarter view of the lower tube.....interesting thing about this lower tube...it is a dual CO2 system, front cap has a pierce pin, valve body is a shoot-to-pierce..essentially this is a crosman valve, or the VERY early SHERIDAN valve...
the cool thing about this is that, the valve tube's disassembly is identical to the assembly manual of a NELSON 707 (not 007) that has very much the same valvetrain system, a crosman trigger frame, and a .68 cal top barrel with similar feed system, but simpler for round balls.... so now i got an idea brewing in my head..since the barrel tube and the valve tube are separate assemblies, might do a cool thing.....otherwise, i am gonna refinish the metal, find replacement O-rings and parts, and hope i can get it to shoot .22 pellets great for a varmint up-close hunting....or plinking in general
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