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Old 02-15-2013, 10:42 PM   #1 (permalink)
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garage sale find!

I bought a bunch of gear at a garage sale today and I need help identifying and finding out value.

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I think this is a gen 1 bob long intimidator. When I turn it on it says “team rage” & “Brotha Dave”
Any idea on value?




This one says F1 illistrator but has no barrel


I have no idea what this is. It has autococker threads and is made by taso


all these are autococker threads


nice little hopper that says "nasty boys" and has a really nice elbow, and a ans reg



nothing printed on this barrel. its autococker threads



Got all this plus a box of pods, a few packs, nice set of knee/shin guards. What do you think its all worth? any idea or info on any of this?
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Old 02-16-2013, 12:51 AM   #2 (permalink)
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why cant i find stuff like this at garage sales? i would easily give up to 300$ for the lot without complaint
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Old 02-16-2013, 03:48 AM   #3 (permalink)
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The black Nasty Boys lid..a man after my own heart. Those Nasty Boys feeders didn't feed so well, but I love those lids.

Nice haul. Part it out.
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Old 02-16-2013, 07:06 AM   #4 (permalink)
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Man that is gonna be one tall gun on the intimidator. The frame has its own drop forward built in, and then a huge one on top of that.
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Old 02-16-2013, 11:39 AM   #5 (permalink)
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Nice find, Id guess the BL would sell for 100.00 in working order, The F1 35.00- 40.00.. Ion 75.00- 85.00..Spyders sell fast for 35.00.. I quote you Craigs list prices that should move them pretty quick as long as they can be test fired...
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WTF,why would i trade for that?

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That upper left spyder..... has a benchmark frame. What would you want for just the frame?
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Old 02-17-2013, 12:13 AM   #7 (permalink)
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well i put air through the guns today. The bob long cycled fine with no leaks, the ion worked great! The f1 illustrator worked but would not re-cock every after about 10 shots then would do fine again for 10 more. The spyder just burped but spyders are easy fix.

id really like to know what kind of barrel this is


Found out the barrel this taso thing was on is just a cut off autococker barrel, but i wanna know what this taso thing is


also im planning on parting out or selling as a lot. ill make a thread once i clean up some of the gear and make sure the spyder works. if anyone is interested in anything im open to offers.
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If you sell that stubby taso barrel, I may be interested.
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^ Likely that stubby taso barrel is a cut down something or other with a taso muzzle brake bolted on.

I did something like that with a bent CP back I had
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Found out the barrel this taso thing was on is just a cut off autococker barrel, but i wanna know what this taso thing is.
Muzzle brakes were popular in the early 90s, back when barrels were all plain tubes. No holes, porting, grooves, etc.

We thought they did all sorts of magical things. Like spins, and reducing turbulence, wobbling, etc.
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