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Old 01-26-2008, 12:02 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Stingray barrels?

I am in the market for a stingray or more likely a tigershark. I keep seeing barrels on the stingrays that have a shroud and rib running don't the barrel. Were these after market,were they for looks? What are they?
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the plastic shroud came on the stingray 1, lost it on the stingray 2...sad that i know that...
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the plastic shroud came on the stingray 1, lost it on the stingray 2...sad that i know that...
Would a stingray I be more collecable?
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Would a stingray I be more collecable?
The stingrays are not that collectible. The link you posted, I think with the starting bid and shipping = $70 that is a little over priced. The one good thing is that it is in very good shape and has the good 12gram changer on it.
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Old 01-26-2008, 06:23 PM   #5 (permalink)
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Yes , why just yester day on ebay one with the shroud went for a whole $15.00 shipped. So I know that they wre alittle high.
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personally, i prefer the stingray1 if there was no other option (i have been seen playing with one once or twice) with the front blade site you can almost tell where the paint was supposed to go...i still have a couple around here somewhere
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I got a Lapco adapter, the paint follows a better, but not perfect, direction!
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I shaved the rail and front sight off of mine so I could hammer on a home-built front grip.
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