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Old 01-26-2009, 07:20 PM   #491 (permalink)
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Note the two finger trigger pull. I remember Ross visited MCB a few years ago and explained the he invented the killer Line SI trigger shoe just for the Advantage.

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That looks great Camo.
Camo was Statesman made rhodesian that I still have.
Found out what I did wrong when I scaned photos.Will add more tomorrow.
Got to raid Lively's photo pile today.
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Old 01-26-2009, 08:18 PM   #492 (permalink)
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so i got this si fieldmaster from maxrebo my first si . anyhow i don't see much of these are they the same thing as the skirmish. i looked through the posts and saw a pic in one of the black and white adds. i originally just wanted the stock off of it lol but i think it's growing on me.



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Old 01-26-2009, 08:49 PM   #493 (permalink)
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Camo was Statesman made rhodesian that I still have.
Found out what I did wrong when I scaned photos.Will add more tomorrow.
Got to raid Lively's photo pile today.
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i think he said 'that looks great Camo" in reference to my post's pictures of my Line SI Bushmaster it is a nice camo pattern you referred to
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Old 01-27-2009, 12:14 AM   #494 (permalink)
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i think he said 'that looks great Camo" in reference to my post's pictures of my Line SI Bushmaster it is a nice camo pattern you referred to
Correct I was referring to you CD. All that kid needs in Bob Shryver hair in a can. I think that Prince William!
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i think he's talking about the "fingered" hole on the ammo box in the background, behind the Advantage guy
No E was right. I was looking at the Butler creek flip and Taso ammo box. Just forgot what it was called. I had a couple of those back in the day and didn't realize they were still available.
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nice pictures! you certainly dont see many of the old camo anymore......
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nice pictures! you certainly dont see many of the old camo anymore......
I do when I play with my team mates... hehe..

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