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Discussion in 'Shotguns' started by sm, Mar 29, 2006.

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  1. sm

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    an instant classic.
     
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    Now THAT's funny...

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    :scrutiny: I think I know that guy.:scrutiny: :D
     
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    Sorry, I cannot leave that quote alone. :D

    There has to be a way J-Locks , worn out springs, instruction manuals, empty solvent, gun lube bottles, messed up screws, worn out recoil pads, shortened stock pcs... can be made into a servicable shotgun.

    Gotta be.

    Anyone know of grant money so some of us can research this?

    Lee Lapin...yes I see you waving your hand over there...sounds like fun huh?

    Scrap Boys: Recycling shotguns since 2006


    :)
     
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    It's all in the genes. I'm not sure if useless and broken parts in a box multiply due to mitosis or boredom induced heathen activity (i'm assuming the later), but you end up with more broken and useless parts. If you put good healthy parts in a box and left them alone for a couple week (maybe give them a little liquor to loosen 'em up)......That just might work:scrutiny:
     
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