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Old 08-28-2006, 07:58 PM   #11 (permalink)
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Man, I really, really like that. How many rounds do those hold? How hard are they to load?
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Old 08-28-2006, 08:09 PM   #12 (permalink)
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They normally hold 15 rds. With the spring feed that will be reduced to 12 or 13.Not real hard to reload but I would advise putting some sort of lanyard on the cap so you don't lose it.
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Whoops, looks like hes British, now you know you cant trust him.
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please don't tell me he's one of the british guys on one of those infomercials.

a tidbit - "Mr. Show" a T.V. show that was on HBO had an episode making fun of the british infomercial guy. it was called "Now who wants Ice Cream".
Pretty funny if you like non-sense.

I'm gonna wait on the wood for awhile.
When I do go wood though, I'ld like to go lever action..
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Old 08-28-2006, 09:13 PM   #15 (permalink)
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That's a Hawaiian Flag, not a British one.
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I was wondering what kinda flag that was.
what's with the british look of it though ?

24 years old and still learning the state flags .
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That's a Hawaiian Flag, not a British one.
Well what do you know, you learn somrthing every day.
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Indeed, I thought of some old British colony that kept the flag. But i guess Hawaii was one at one time or another. You do learn stuff on the net after all.
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Indeed, I thought of some old British colony that kept the flag. But i guess Hawaii was one at one time or another. You do learn stuff on the net after all.


What the hell are they teaching young people in skool nowadays??? Hawaii WAS NEVER a british colony.

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That's a Hawaiian Flag, not a British one.
Thank you- I thought I was going to have to set the mainlanders straight.

By the way, I met this seller this past weekend. He's pretty cool- He also had that CIP Super Stock up recently that had the top rail replaced by Mongo (think Redux)
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