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Old 01-30-2009, 11:55 AM   #521 (permalink)
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nice.... i lost the ball bearing for one of my 007 frames....so i removed the safety...seems on another forum, the safety nazis are actually going nuts over the fact some guns didnt come with trigger safeties....
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Old 01-30-2009, 12:04 PM   #522 (permalink)
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I never trusted a safety to work as it should so I took them off.I would rather see a marker with a barrel cover than any safety that I have ever seen.
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Old 01-30-2009, 12:52 PM   #523 (permalink)
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nice.... i lost the ball bearing for one of my 007 frames....so i removed the safety...seems on another forum, the safety nazis are actually going nuts over the fact some guns didnt come with trigger safeties....
Let me guess...SpecOps? I've heard so much crap over there. Stuff like "no field will allow you to play with a rain cover" or "no field will allow you to play without a trigger guard on a classic mag"

I personally don't like safeties on pump guns. If I'm chambered with a game over, I shoot it off before I sack the gun.
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yup russc....especially coming from Wardenwolf and Puzuma.....I;'m sorry but where were they when the big big big tourneys in the early 90s had no safety triggers, had rain covers, trigger guard-less mags, even trigger guard-less, double triggered spyders and desert foxes???
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Old 01-30-2009, 11:26 PM   #525 (permalink)
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I might end up putting this setup for sale soon cause I have not found the time lately to actually get out and play. So anyways, I was wondering what you guys think a fair asking price would be for this. I'd include three barrels, one like 11" the other about 14"ish both adapted for the apex as well as like a 8" brass barrel. The t-stock shown would be included as well as a remote line. And lastly, I'd also include a newly built noxx spring feed which is pictured. Thanks

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Old 01-30-2009, 11:43 PM   #526 (permalink)
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Harb, your Bushmasters has safeties.
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I still don't recall ever using it. One of the benefits of pumps.



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I like the fact that my karni doesn't have a safety. If it's not pumped it won't shoot....
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Are red main springs medium? I think this one is a medium. I don't have a spring kit right now because my last one went out when I sold my Phantom....
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Red is heavy, but a Maddman kit is on average much lighter than stock in most guns.
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Ok so I have a heavy main and what I think is a heavy valve. I need to be shooting between 270-280 so am I good to go? I don't know if this is stock or not.
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