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Old 01-27-2009, 04:05 PM   #501 (permalink)
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Old 01-27-2009, 06:14 PM   #502 (permalink)
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I do when I play with my team mates... hehe..

Every one on The Wild Geese has an obsession with never upgrading their stuff.. one guy is still playing in his Rhodesian stuff from the mid 80's and another (The captain Jerry) still runs around in german rain pattern
Wild Geese from New Hampshire?
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Old 01-28-2009, 12:59 AM   #503 (permalink)
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No sir... New York. We predate the NH ones... but really never got that big into the early tourny scene out side of the Long Island, upstate NY area.
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Old 01-28-2009, 10:50 AM   #504 (permalink)
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I knew that there was another Wild Geese from the northeast but never played against any of them.
Best that I can tell the New Hampshire Wild Geese are the oldest team still playing.
The hopper on the advantage is made out of an oil can cut in half and glued back together the scope cover "flip cap" is marked supura and is a knock off of a butler creek flip cap. I believe that I got this off Jessica Sparks.Also found a WGP hopper with a PMI flip cap.

Suprised that no one noticed who all were the players in the Muff Light Horse picture.Look again and 20 years to some well known faces.
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I think I have a new favorite pump. This thing is nice. The safety is a little loose. How can I tighten it up? I have a red main spirng???
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I knew that there was another Wild Geese from the northeast but never played against any of them.
Best that I can tell the New Hampshire Wild Geese are the oldest team still playing.
The hopper on the advantage is made out of an oil can cut in half and glued back together the scope cover "flip cap" is marked supura and is a knock off of a butler creek flip cap. I believe that I got this off Jessica Sparks.Also found a WGP hopper with a PMI flip cap.

Suprised that no one noticed who all were the players in the Muff Light Horse picture.Look again and 20 years to some well known faces.
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83 was My geese's first year running... and were still playing too

Granted some where in the mid 80's there was name change that lasted maybe 2 years... where they called themselves "RT Tham Sat"
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Old 01-28-2009, 05:31 PM   #507 (permalink)
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I think I have a new favorite pump. This thing is nice. The safety is a little loose. How can I tighten it up? I have a red main spirng???
The safety is usually a little loose. If you disassemble it, you'll notice a little ball-bearing provides tension against the inside of the frame. I'm considering drilling two tiny dents into that surface, for the ball to "click" into for fire and safe.

The main spring, cocker springs will work for you. If the velocity is too high, drop in a blue or green. Too low, drop in a stock 'cocker spring, or a Phantom red spring. Or adjust the hammer... but I found it easier to swap springs, seeing as how I have a few dozen in my bag.
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Hopefully by tmrw I'll find some batterys and my memory card. Cell phone pics will do for now though...



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Nice guts! Just tighten it down with the safe off.
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Old 01-29-2009, 12:22 PM   #510 (permalink)
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[QUOTE=SHOOT3R USA;678690]Hopefully by tmrw I'll find some batterys and my memory card. Cell phone pics will do for now though.

Nice pump, trade someone out of a line SI screw for your barrel and disconect the safety all together.Safetys were the first thing that we took off for tourney play.They had a habit of going to safe when you wanted them to fire.
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