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Old 01-05-2007, 11:06 PM   #11 (permalink)
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Sell the lever changer separate from the gun, it will bring more value to it if it is not associated with a very worn gun.
Excellent idea, B, changer sold!

So, you want to buy a parts gun??
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Old 01-05-2007, 11:51 PM   #12 (permalink)
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Excellent idea, B, changer sold!

So, you want to buy a parts gun??


Yes i do but I don't think you would like my offer.
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Yea I was really hopeing you would part that lever change. 2 good scores today. Lever SI and Micro CAII.
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Yes i do but I don't think you would like my offer.
Probably not, especially since the gun still shoots great, just worn on the feedneck and where they didn't bother to lube where the pump slides over the body, but hey, you never know until you ask!
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The wear on the feedneck doesn't look like wear. More like someone took a file, or maybe sand paper to it. Probably to rough it up so that the elbow wouldn't spin. I've had a couple that were done that way.....

Good luck with the sale........


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I probably need to take good detailed picutres while I have it apart to show exactly what's worn and what's not.

Oh, and I mistyped above - the valve tube and cupseal are NOT originals, but a LAPCO #6 and a Black magic cup seal I got from HaveBlue this summer. The rest of the internals are Line SI, even the valve seat.
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