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|10-21-2010, 01:08 AM||#13 (permalink)|
Join Date: Jan 2007
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same comments on the marker 'new names'.... noticed that the Freak 'jewel' on the back portion of the barrel front is still SP logo. kinda shameless that they didn't at least rotate to obscure or change out the 'jewel'. heck i would have been happy if their was a simple statement saying something like 'we bought up this name to continue its legacy' (even as a poor veiled excuse)
o well i like the few SP guns/parts i have... but that doesn't mean i would recommend GOG or SP in the future (or buy more)
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|10-21-2010, 01:27 AM||#16 (permalink)|
Many of the items listed sure do seem like they're just clearing out old inventory.
Look at the "Freak Spiral Ported Front"...
It's available as a 14" Black, and a 16" Blue. Not exactly a wide variety of options there.
EDIT: though that could be two separate lists and not a chart. Either way, not the same number of options as before. No 12" for example
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|10-21-2010, 01:39 AM||#17 (permalink)|
Join Date: Jul 2010
damn near looks like all 3 markers are ion's with nosejobs and tummy tucks...
on a side note, I believe I heard they had full intelectual, property, and any other remaining rights to SP. they can call it a freak and list the threads as sp/gog. they dont have to call it the G1, but decided to.
and how are we supposed to pronounce it? is it gog, as in gogged? or is it "go-gee"? Im going to call it go-g, its more fun.