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Old 05-14-2008, 02:02 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Trying to find a pic of an old poster...Guns of Navarone

I've been picking through the web, but haven't found it yet. I know it's out there, I've seen it a few different times. It was a SI promotional poster, and it had pictures of each one of the Bushmaster pumps that Team Navarone used way back in the day.

Can someone point me in the right direction?

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Old 05-14-2008, 05:07 PM   #2 (permalink)
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You want the poster or just a photo of it? Is it the Line SI ad w/ Andy G. and a couple other guys standing with their guns? I think at least one was a Pointman.

I think Line SI also had one with all of the patches of the teams that they sponsered on it. Skirmish the Store ran indivduals ads too.

JT also used them alot in their ads back then, so hopefully I'm not getting the two companies mixed-up.
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Old 05-14-2008, 05:46 PM   #3 (permalink)
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This one?

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^ Ahhh! I'd forgotten about that one. Nice find.

BTW: I love the ol skool Viewloaders. And those were actually version 3 I believe.
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I WANT THE SLIDING STOCK....did these stock actually come out or?
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I played for months using a 68-Special with the TERRIBLE 45-round hopper that it came with. It was like night-and-day when I bought a Viewloader. (though not until after desperetly trying to use an oil-can. Not the oilcan feeder, but a real oilcan!)

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I WANT THE SLIDING STOCK....did these stock actually come out or?
Yes, they slide in or out using a set screw.
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Yes, they slide in or out using a set screw.
Actually, you didn't even need the set screw. Bend the wiring a wee bit... and friction would hold it in place.

That poster is exactly what I was looking for.

But....

Now you have me curious about this pic with Andy..... ?
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Actually, you didn't even need the set screw. Bend the wiring a wee bit... and friction would hold it in place.

That poster is exactly what I was looking for.

But....

Now you have me curious about this pic with Andy..... ?
The one on the Lonestar M-16 grip?

I had one that I got as a freebie from Skirmish. I could never get the broad back end of the stock to fit comfortably with my shoulder. I quickly went back to a T-stock.
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Old 05-15-2008, 04:17 PM   #10 (permalink)
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You gotta luv the oilcan hopper that John Thomas's bushmaster has on it.
Greenwell's teams were always a class act,played against them at the poconos and reffed them at Nashville.
Ross of Line SI was a trip, always fun to run with.
Still have a set of Ridgerunner pump rails for a bushmaster from back in the day.
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