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Old 08-08-2008, 06:54 PM   #121 (permalink)
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Yep the ole lever stock sans the butt plate loos like ...well a long lever changer. Yep nice Dan looks like Vu or Danny;s work back in the mid 90's
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Old 08-08-2008, 06:58 PM   #122 (permalink)
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If anyone has just the back piece of one of those Line SI lever stocks available...let me know. It looks like it bolts right into the ASA lever changer, right?

I have one bro SI lover to SI lover its yours photo on the way. Its un annoed but hey its free.



Well call this a pay it forward, Im looking for an SI asa for my Advantage and the two upper screws that hold the charging handle and asa on.

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Old 08-08-2008, 07:41 PM   #123 (permalink)
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DSA, I really appreciate the offer (seriously, thanks!) but I meant the butt stock part! My lever changers already have that aluminum bit pictured and I figured if someone had the shoulder stock and no lever changer...
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Old 08-09-2008, 12:04 AM   #124 (permalink)
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Yep, the back portion of the stock is welded together.

The bar coming off the Ironman bushmaster pump is a tactical grip. It comes off at a 45 degree angle and is pretty bad arse. Also gun belonged to Rick Cendejas (sp?.) He was an old Ironman player. It also has a plastic insert in the pump for smooth sailing and a brass Line SI hammer. Also, the body is nicely polished and the barrel has SI engraved on it very nicely.

The Blue Kit Kat Bushmaster was supposedly milled by Vu. I wish I knew some more history on it. It's Kit Kat name come from where Kampfer picked it up for me. He had to meet a dancer at a strip club for it. It is also Left Feed and has the newer style 45 frame with the older style body.

I used that pointman as my main pump for several years with a stainless J and J and it's a very nice shooting gun but now I prefer to shoot my palmer's pumps. I think in the picture it has a lapco barrel. The bushmaster underneath it has a lapco frame and both have lapco internals.
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Chad, I love the Ridgerunner SI! That was the team gun of the Nashville Ridgerunners (I'm sure you know that, but some of the newer guys may not).
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Chad, I love the Ridgerunner SI! That was the team gun of the Nashville Ridgerunners (I'm sure you know that, but some of the newer guys may not).
actually, i didn't know that. i mean i knew it was a team gun and has Ridgerunners on it but didn't know about the Nashville part of it. cool... thanks for the info. i bought that gun on ebay. i remember the seller saying it was their team name but i don't remember him stating where they were from. i take it that it's Nashville, TN?
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Yep, that would be correct. R.J. on here is still a member of the team. Home field was/is Jim Lively's field in Nashvegas.
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Old 08-10-2008, 10:57 PM   #128 (permalink)
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A link to a picture of one of the many Line SI Bushmasters that I own follows:
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nice to see that i'm not the only fool with an Eotech on a Bushmaster.
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Wow. Another pretty one.

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