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Finally a decent gun tv show

Discussion in 'General Gun Discussions' started by InkEd, Feb 4, 2013.

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  1. jdex

    jdex Member

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    So how do you bid on the auctions?
     
  2. hso

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    That's a pretty extreme statement considering they demonstrated it fired and sold it as a working firearm on the show (did you watch the show?).

    Larry,

    What was the condition of the '94 at the time of the auction?
     
  3. larry harley

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    jdex. we will be moving the the auction around. same tent different bails of straw. different town .
    i,ll try to get a scheduled for next season
    u can bid on line too we saw way more stuff than we could sell on tv



    the condition of the Winchester was pristine at the time of the auction.
    i hunt sometimes w a 35 Remington auto 1905 on a browning patton.
    ida took this 30 30 to the woods had it been mine
    but then again i,m a philistine!
     
  4. jdex

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    That's awhat I meant, ats the website to bid online?
     
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    He was the most interesting specialist on Pawn Stars and I'm glad he was able to parlay that into this show. No offense, but the old hairy farmer dude is a stereotype I could live without. TV show producers always have to screw up an excellent idea with sill stereotypical characters.
     
  6. larry harley

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    i,m probably that " ol hairy farmer dude" ha ha ha
    sorry but i,m not stereotypical
    i am what i am
    hillbilly born and raised
    citizen of the lost state of franklin
    east tn., s.w. va., western n.c., north ga, s.w. va.
    just because a fellow has no neck and talks funny ( to u) does not mean hes stupid
    where i live we r all ol,hairy farmer dudes!!!

    i,ll bet u live in a large metropolitan area of the nation and or have never really been exposed to real hillbillies.

    BUT
    i,m really glad u like the show
    keep watchn
    i might grow on u
    HAMMER
     
  7. larry harley

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  8. InkEd

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    The younger guy (not Sean) gets a little too giddy at times. Tell him to calm down a just a little bit. His energy level is good but he gets to be too much like a kid in a candy store.
     
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    cannon, gun, sword and silver what's not to love about this show :)
     
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    With a job like that, can you really blame 'Shooter' (Adrian Alford)?
     
  11. larry harley

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    Creature

    thanks!!!
    adrian and i r bros and what u see is him
    24/7!!!!!
    even w /out the guns being involved
    high energey and quick witted
    and the " candy store " remark!!! u got no idea!!
    even though it dont look like it, shooting something like that t.v. show is a grind,
    but then there was a christmas like silver lined cloud.:) :) :)
    katanas for breakfast, cannons for lunch ,and full auto 45. cal uzies for dinner
    we were all giddy!!!
    hammer
     
  12. josiewales

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    Is there online streaming?
     
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    I'll stick with Justified. ;)
     
  14. larry harley

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    justafied

    justified is whats out my back door!!!!!!
    its my fave show besides big bang an walking dead
    justified is about that lost state of Franklin i was talking about.
    the t.v. show is nothing to the real life stories i could tell u:)
    hillbillies were the first bohemians and lived by the law of the land
     
  15. jdex

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    Still waiting on the website to bid online, or is it not really possible?
     
  16. larry harley

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    sight

    the sight is down right now. some snafu w switching from one server to another to carry the influx of traffic.
    soon as its up and running again i,ll drop u the link.
     
  17. jdex

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    Great, thanks Larry.
     
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    Larry on average how many live bidders do you have when you do the auctions? I was a little surprised to see so few warm bodys on the show. I have been to a few weapon only auctions and they always had people in the 100's standing around.

    Also i thought it was pretty cool episode with the mak 10. I dont know the gentalmens name who was selling it but i have seen him on a few different shows and he has lots of military stuff....some of it real big.
     
  19. larry harley

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    not enough

    not nearly enough
    some times that left us suckn hind tit too :( u dont see everything that happened!!
    but
    with the show airing i,m sure next yr will feed on this yr.
    i,m not sure about that guy being on another show .... people want to be on tv and there are not that many really BIG arms collectors out there.
    i didnt get to see nearly enough high end swords and knives
    w..w.1 and w.w. 2 bayonets!!! gosh save me from them rusty bayonets.i think every citizen in this country has at least 3 and they r all rusted and not worth nearly what folks think.
    we r really a history show even though we trip a little bit from time to time its tough setn under a tent all day while folks bring u stufffff and u tell them history behind it all
    if u r looking for perfect. i ant it:0
    i tell folks i screwed up yesterday, already today ,and tomorrow ant lookn tooo promising
    but i try
    HARD!!!
    Hammer
    "old hairy farmer dude"
    :)
     
  20. larry harley

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    We have a special treat for you tonight. At 10:00pm EST, Hitler's Buzzsaw will be airing. This is an all-new episode! There will also be another new episode on Wednesday night.
     
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    Any cutlery tonight??? While I like to see the firearms and hear the owner's stories I reallllllllly wanna see some more sharp pointy things too!

    The MG 42 was a great design (second only to the Brownings).
     
  22. larry harley

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    i think u might have to hold out till wed night for that
     
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    How much of the Civil War letters did you get to read?
     
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    Love the show Larry.

    Do you post a list what cities you are going to set up in?

    Think though could have given some more info on the MG-42, specifically about the $3500-4000 price. Mentioned it was a dealer sample. Maybe explain that us regular folks can't buy a MG-42 at that price. Dealers only.

    Keep up the good work.

    Brion
     
  25. larry harley

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    neeeet stuff

    How much of the Civil War letters did you get to read?


    all of them that were ledgable.
    awesome stufff


    Love the show Larry.

    Do you post a list what cities you are going to set up in?

    Think though could have given some more info on the MG-42, specifically about the $3500-4000 price. Mentioned it was a dealer sample. Maybe explain that us regular folks can't buy a MG-42 at that price. Dealers only.

    Keep up the good work.


    thanks
    we will post a tentative list before and if there is a season 2

    the prices of stuff since we shot those episodes and now are drastic!!!
    box of 500, .22,s at the gun show the other day was $50 freakn dollers
     
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