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Motorcycle accesories for the gun enthusiast

Discussion in 'General Gun Discussions' started by Atticus, Jan 8, 2008.

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  1. Atticus

    Atticus Member

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    AWESOME- one of my bar ends fell off forever ago, and i had wanted a neat custom replacement, so far the only thing i had seen was cheesy skulls, those are actually pretty cool. i don't know how those footpegs would go over with some people though...
    very funny stuff at that site
     
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    That's all sorts of ugly.
     
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    Looks kinda poser-ish.
     
  5. Atticus

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    Kinda tacky...yeah, but I ordered a couple sets of the valve stem caps. Gonna cap dem bad boys.
     
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    You can easily make your own spent casing valve caps by placing a drop of super glue inside a .40 and sliding a regular valve cap inside it - a little more authentic IMO.
     
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    Or you could reload them and shoot them again :D
     
  8. Atticus

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    Where were you an hour ago? Neat idea.
     
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    Have you been to a Harley shop lately? Everything has the bar & shield or an eagle.

    At least their not hawking fur-covered fairings to the sport bike crowd.
     
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    Interpretation: we're having trouble selling these things...
     
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    Surprised that no one has pointed out that all but one of their revolver cylinder styled items is designed backwards.

    Why would the cylinder flutes and the cartridge heads appear on the same end of the cylinder? :scrutiny:

    Might be a nit-picky point, but I wouldn't want to use them as it would annoy me and 'cause everyone I know would point it out!

    Sad.

    -Sam
     
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    There will always be that segment of society that will want to put a tux on a monkey.
     
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    I'm not a biker, but it looks kind of cool to me -- especially for a "themed" chopper.
     
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    I must agree.......that would bug me to no end.
     
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    Let me think about that for awhile-----------nope!:scrutiny::scrutiny:
     
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