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Old 01-23-2009, 02:24 AM   #1 (permalink)
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Indian Springs 70rd.pocket Hopper?

I was wondering if anybody knows if these hoppers are rare or not and how much they go for?Thanks
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70 round?

Have never seen one..I know they made 100's that are small are you sure its not that?
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is this one of 'em?

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yes its the same one in the picture...it prob is a 100rds.... I have not seen much of them and was wondering if they were rare
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Old 01-23-2009, 03:41 PM   #5 (permalink)
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Behind the PBVirus hoppers they're one of my favorites. Durable as heck, feed well and some extra capacity so most times I don't carry any extra paint playing pump. They're not terribly uncommon and don't seem to sell for all that much when they do come up. Unless times have changed, I'd say about $5-$10 for one.
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Thanks for the info..I just wouldn't want to make a mini revvy out of it if they were rare..but now my project can begin
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