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|08-28-2007, 06:12 PM||#2 (permalink)|
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Depends on which one it is...
Bulldogs... Maybe 200 now a days. Same thing with the Snipers.
Standards? $150.00 ??? Maybe more? I'd want an external line more then an internal, but that's just me.
The SMG market has really fallen. Before when they went for $250 and $300 or more... Not anymore. The demand just isn't there after the paint fiasco... Well, not a fiasco, but just didn't work well.
Either way.. I still love all of mine!!!
|08-28-2007, 10:19 PM||#4 (permalink)|
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External line has the airline routed on the outside of the body. A right angle compression fitting comes out of the body by the asa, and a straight hardline runs to another right angle compression which threads directly into the valve. An internal line has the line run internally, like a 68 special.
I couldn't sell an external line model with minor rust for $170 not long ago.
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|08-28-2007, 10:23 PM||#5 (permalink)|
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Yeah.. the market just fell out for those guns. Sad really....
First semi-auto and full auto gun ever built. Also, first gun to have a built in ASA. Simply amazing when you think about it. But alas, the 62 caliber...
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