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Old 08-04-2017, 10:21 AM   #12 (permalink)
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Nice marker. Big fan of all black.
Cocking rod backing out is a quick fix - jam a small o-ring (like a 3-way sized one) down into the hammer. Crank the cocking rod in there and the tension from the o-ring will absorb the vibration and keep it from rotating out of the threads.

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Nice marker. Big fan of all black.
Cocking rod backing out is a quick fix - jam a small o-ring (like a 3-way sized one) down into the hammer. Crank the cocking rod in there and the tension from the o-ring will absorb the vibration and keep it from rotating out of the threads.

Cheers and GLWS!

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Just for interests sake and seeing what pops up. I would consider a nice 10 series video card and cash.....thinking 1060-arena.
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This is such a killer deal
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Pipe thread tape on the end of the threads will add some friction to keep it tight longer.
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Is this still available?
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Still up, still available.
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Old 08-08-2017, 08:08 AM   #19 (permalink)
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Hey guys, I have gotten a couple of mentions about how you can pick up a body "just like that" for $200.

Well:
https://www.google.com/search?q=fle+cocker+body&ie=&oe=

Take a look. FIND me that body.
In the above link you will see a RAW FLE body on the manu. website for $300 without accessories.
PBsports (says) they have the raw body for just over $250.
There is a RESSY body available, annoed for $250 and some change.

I WELCOME any of you lowballers to go out and purchase that, build it up, and see where YOUR cost is, as you obviously don't seem care about the REALITY of what a build like this costs when it was someone else's money.

As I said in the original post. I am NOT looking to TRADE, and my price is FIRM. PLEASE, go find another and make THEM the low ball offer.

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That's a fantastic price, and sweet build. If I didn't have so many already..... glws
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