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#451 Post by txbirdman » Fri Feb 27, 2009 9:22 am

Didn't know for sure if anyone on this forum would be interested in this item but after reading about Sixgun's new AR I'm putting up for grabs an AR15 Panther Practical Grip.

Also a big "thank you" to Travis

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#452 Post by txbirdman » Sun Mar 01, 2009 8:33 pm

John,

That Panther grip is all your's. I'll get it sent to you early this week.

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#453 Post by Bang » Sun Mar 15, 2009 3:25 am

I live in the land of surplus British SMLE's No1Mk111* - anyone need parts let me know.
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#454 Post by Travis Morgan » Sun Mar 29, 2009 1:40 am

Birdman,

.41 Mag. dies should be there by Tuesday or Wednesday. BTW, Blizzards this late in the year TOTALLY suck!
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#455 Post by Travis Morgan » Sun Mar 29, 2009 1:43 am

Also, anyone have a front sight insert for a Winchester 94 with the ramp front sight? I bought one at the last gun show, but lost it somewhere! :oops:
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#456 Post by Travis Morgan » Thu Apr 23, 2009 1:34 am

Okay, let's get this thing rollin' again! I'll donate:

100 gas checked, alox lubed .30 caliber bullets sized .309" or .312" in either a spitzer or round nosed flat point design. (Or half and half, or you can just claim twenty or fifty, so they get spread around!)

50 .454" sized, alox lubed Keith bullets (It's a one cavity mold)

100 RNFP alox lubed bullets, sized .451" or .452". (They aren't big enough for a .454" sizer.)

NOW, someone else throw somethin' in! :lol: We're all broke, but we can keep morale up!
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#457 Post by AmBraCol » Thu Apr 23, 2009 6:56 am

Travis, I'll take the 100 RNFP .452" bullets - mailed to MO.


I'll put up two pounds of genuine Colombian coffee - best grade we can get. Your choice of whole bean or Colombian grind - this won't get mailed until the last week of May or first week of June when we get to the US...
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#458 Post by alnitak » Thu Apr 23, 2009 7:26 am

I'll take the coffee...whole bean please. I'll PIF with 100 9mm cases, cleaned and deprimed.
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#459 Post by AmBraCol » Thu Apr 23, 2009 7:55 am

alnitak wrote:I'll take the coffee...whole bean please. I'll PIF with 100 9mm cases, cleaned and deprimed.

OK. Good choice. :) I'll pick it up from "El Templo Del Café" right before we leave so it'll be as fresh as possible. Again, this will be mailed the last week of May or so... Need an address to mail it to.
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#460 Post by alnitak » Thu Apr 23, 2009 8:11 am

Thank you. I understand the timeframe, and no rush (obviously). Will PM you with address.

Thanks again!!
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#461 Post by hocbj23 » Thu May 14, 2009 8:03 pm

Two shoulder holsters.One sidekick tactical for long barrel .38 or .357 revolver,one leather for short barrel .357 revolver.bj

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#462 Post by 86er » Sun May 24, 2009 7:40 pm

Check the UNCLAIMED AUCTION ITEMS post on the forum. Anything on there can be had as a Pay It Forward for the cost of shipping an another item offered up to someone.
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#463 Post by AmBraCol » Sun May 24, 2009 9:27 pm

86er wrote:Check the UNCLAIMED AUCTION ITEMS post on the forum. Anything on there can be had as a Pay It Forward for the cost of shipping an another item offered up to someone.

Could you post a link? I'm not finding it...
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#464 Post by AmBraCol » Sun May 24, 2009 9:31 pm

86er wrote:Check the UNCLAIMED AUCTION ITEMS post on the forum. Anything on there can be had as a Pay It Forward for the cost of shipping an another item offered up to someone.

Could you post a link? I'm not finding it...



OK. I used SEARCH. Weird concept there - search it up, eh?

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#465 Post by Ysabel Kid » Sat Oct 17, 2009 10:28 am

Looks like it's time to refresh this great idea. Nothing new posted in 6 months. I'll have to take a look at the "stuff" I have and see if I can find anything of interest. Holidays are coming... might make someone's day! :D
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#466 Post by alnitak » Sat Jan 16, 2010 10:10 am

Alright. Since YK didn't ressurect this thread, I will.

I have the following for PIF. Just a reminder, if you claim something, you have to put something up in return. Of course, you can always put something up for PIF first (hence the "forward" part).

Here are a few items for your consideration.
-- Used Lee Autoprime (no box, no shell holder, one tray for large primers)
-- 100 cleaned and deprimed 9mm brass cases
-- 50 cleaned .45 Colt cases (claimed by Deerwhacker)
-- 2 small Swiss Army knives
-- 1 generic multitool (marked "Handyman's Club of America" in plastic case)

Let the games begin!
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#467 Post by deerwhacker444 » Sat Jan 16, 2010 1:41 pm

I got "dibs" on the (50) 45 colt cases.

Up for PIF, I've got a Stainless Steel Marlin safety replacement.

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I made this a while back and offered it to a forum member lately, but I guess he didn't want it. I'm 98% certain I made this out of Stainless Steel, but I can't be 100% sure. The material was some leftover shaft material in the shop. It is non magnetic steel and seems to be rust and corrosion resistant, and polishes up nice.

I tried this part in one of my own 1894's and it fits perfectly. So, this should fit any Stainless Steel Marlin 1894 or 336. If it turns out to not be Stainless, all I can say is, "sorry, I tried."
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#468 Post by mescalero1 » Sat Jan 16, 2010 1:44 pm

hocbj23,
Are the shoulder holsters still available?

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#469 Post by alnitak » Sat Jan 16, 2010 2:20 pm

deerwhacker444 wrote:I got "dibs" on the (50) 45 colt cases.
They are yours Deerwhacker. I'll get them out early next week (Monday is a holiday).
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#470 Post by KSRtrd » Mon Feb 01, 2010 8:46 pm

Some Lee 44 Mag and 7.5 french dies, Ruger single six 22 factory grips, a pre 64 Winchester 94 30-30 shell lifter.

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#471 Post by alnitak » Tue Feb 02, 2010 8:40 am

I'll take the pre-64 shell lifter as I'm working on a project gun now. Thanks!

The .45 cases have been mailed out, and I still have a couple other PIFs that are unclaimed (see above for the 9mm brass, Autoprime, etc.)
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#472 Post by deerwhacker444 » Tue Feb 02, 2010 11:03 am

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The Safety Replacement is now gone...
dwight wrote:I'll take it then, Thanks. Sent some thing off via PIF a while back and never had been fast enough to catch anything I wanted. Need to look through what else I have and help get PIF a going again.

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#473 Post by KSRtrd » Tue Feb 02, 2010 8:29 pm

Alnitak the lifter is yours. I sure could use that Lee autoprime....

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#474 Post by alnitak » Tue Feb 02, 2010 11:07 pm

Wolfshadow, the Autoprime is yours. Send me an address.

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#475 Post by dwight » Thu Feb 04, 2010 8:25 pm

[quote="deerwhacker444"]I got "dibs" on the (50) 45 colt cases.

Up for PIF, I've got a [b]Stainless Steel[/b] Marlin safety replacement.

[img]http://img.photobucket.com/albums/v644/ ... fety-1.jpg[/img]

I made this a while back and offered it to a forum member lately, but I guess he didn't want it. [b][i][u]I'm 98% certain I made this out of Stainless Steel[/u][/i][/b], but I can't be 100% sure. The material was some leftover shaft material in the shop. It is non magnetic steel and seems to be rust and corrosion resistant, and polishes up nice.

I tried this part in one of my own 1894's and it fits perfectly. So, this should fit any Stainless Steel Marlin 1894 or 336. If it turns out to not be Stainless, all I can say is, "sorry, I tried."[/quote]


Got the safety today!.... Now to get unpacked and see what I can add to PIF

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#476 Post by KSRtrd » Wed Feb 10, 2010 8:13 pm

THe Single Six grips are spoken for.

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#477 Post by dajudge43 » Thu Feb 11, 2010 8:14 pm

i have a rear sight for a M1 carbine...dont remember what it came off of..military or commercial made...but its for the 1st that says he will take it..all i need is name and addy
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#478 Post by KSRtrd » Thu Feb 11, 2010 8:23 pm

I will take it Friend. I have a M-1 carbine handguard like new, a couple of recoild plates unmaked one Plate screw and a oiler. These are very generic no special markings.

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#479 Post by alnitak » Fri Feb 12, 2010 2:50 pm

Still waiting for Dwight's PIF. Standard practice is before, or at, the time of claiming something.
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#480 Post by 86er » Fri Feb 12, 2010 3:04 pm

Rubber Pachmayer grips for standard sized 1911 3/4 wrap around.

Same as above for Beretta or Taurus 92.

Who needs 'em?
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#481 Post by Ysabel Kid » Wed Mar 03, 2010 8:03 am

Joe -

Would the ones for the Taurus fit the old model PT99, and if so, do they have finger-grooves for the front grip strap, or are they flat?

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#482 Post by KSRtrd » Wed Mar 17, 2010 8:45 pm

Got one of those Cartridge adapters in 32 acp for 7.62 by 54 MM think its a Alex brand the round si placed in the front of the adapter. Have a military double .45 mag pouch kind of mustard green with making PB and company Dated 6-18 no holes no tears.

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#483 Post by Ysabel Kid » Wed Mar 17, 2010 9:42 pm

I could use the cartridge adapter if it hasn't been spoken for. PM me. I'll find something in addition to the DVD above to "pay it forward"...
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#484 Post by Old Ironsights » Wed Mar 17, 2010 9:57 pm

Ysabel Kid wrote:I could use the cartridge adapter if it hasn't been spoken for. PM me. I'll find something in addition to the DVD above to "pay it forward"...
"Missed it by that much..." :wink:

OTOH, 7.62x54 is cheaper than .32acp, so I can't complain. :lol:
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#485 Post by Ysabel Kid » Wed Mar 17, 2010 9:58 pm

Old Ironsights wrote:
Ysabel Kid wrote:I could use the cartridge adapter if it hasn't been spoken for. PM me. I'll find something in addition to the DVD above to "pay it forward"...
"Missed it by that much..." :wink:

OTOH, 7.62x54 is cheaper than .32acp, so I can't complain. :lol:
Flexibility. Just thinking about flexibility... :wink:
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#486 Post by Old Ironsights » Wed Mar 17, 2010 10:00 pm

Ysabel Kid wrote:
Old Ironsights wrote:
Ysabel Kid wrote:I could use the cartridge adapter if it hasn't been spoken for. PM me. I'll find something in addition to the DVD above to "pay it forward"...
"Missed it by that much..." :wink:

OTOH, 7.62x54 is cheaper than .32acp, so I can't complain. :lol:
Flexibility. Just thinking about flexibility... :wink:
True. but then, I have 3/4 case of .32acp and 2 cases of 54R...
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#487 Post by KSRtrd » Wed Mar 17, 2010 10:30 pm

The Kid's got it, Steve

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#488 Post by KSRtrd » Wed Mar 17, 2010 10:33 pm

A .427 scissor round ball mold single cavity is made of mild steel not iron, A Outdoor Life book its pretty old. The books first section is titled Jack 'O Connors Gun Book, pretty fun read usual Outdoor Life stuff by Jack O' Connor. The binding still in on piece however its been read.
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#489 Post by Perfessr » Tue Apr 20, 2010 3:13 pm

I'll take the Model 10 Cylinder.
I have a Scope base for a Marlin 39M
an old 1911 45acp mag and 100 45 ACP brass
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#490 Post by KSRtrd » Tue Apr 20, 2010 7:15 pm

Its yours, PM your address, Cylinder is 1.63" long and 1.43 diameter, it looks like it was on a gun but not long. Found in a bin of parts at a show. Steve The 39M mount sounds good to me. If it sounds like the cylinder will not work tell me we'll back up on that.

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#491 Post by k8vf » Mon Apr 26, 2010 9:31 pm

Anyone have interest in some once fired brass for .223?

mixed bag, PMC, Federal< UMC.

Some steelies too, but will cull out if not wanted.


About a gallon or more.

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#492 Post by vancelw » Tue Apr 27, 2010 12:10 am

Ysabel Kid wrote:Joe -

Would the ones for the Taurus fit the old model PT99, and if so, do they have finger-grooves for the front grip strap, or are they flat?

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Free to a good home:

Season One/Volume One of the TV series "WANTED: Dead of Alive". This is a two disc set featuring the first 18 episodes of the series. I'll warn you though, after watching these, I went to Amazon.com and picked up the remainder. The rest of the first season also contained these episodes, so I no longer need this set - and figured I'll start someone else on a desire to have them all! :wink:

BTW, after watching these, you WILL want a Mare's Leg! :lol:
YK-If you are still offering the DVD, I will take it (I'll send you a picture of the Mare's leg later :lol: :lol: :oops: )
If it's still available, I'll PM my addy.

I offer as a PIF an older (vintage, antique, or just old ??) two-die Lyman .220 Swift set in original box. I think I have some .220 brass that can go with it, too (not much.)
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#493 Post by Ysabel Kid » Tue Apr 27, 2010 9:17 am

vancelw wrote:
Ysabel Kid wrote:Joe -

Would the ones for the Taurus fit the old model PT99, and if so, do they have finger-grooves for the front grip strap, or are they flat?

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Free to a good home:

Season One/Volume One of the TV series "WANTED: Dead of Alive". This is a two disc set featuring the first 18 episodes of the series. I'll warn you though, after watching these, I went to Amazon.com and picked up the remainder. The rest of the first season also contained these episodes, so I no longer need this set - and figured I'll start someone else on a desire to have them all! :wink:

BTW, after watching these, you WILL want a Mare's Leg! :lol:
YK-If you are still offering the DVD, I will take it (I'll send you a picture of the Mare's leg later :lol: :lol: :oops: )
If it's still available, I'll PM my addy.

I offer as a PIF an older (vintage, antique, or just old ??) two-die Lyman .220 Swift set in original box. I think I have some .220 brass that can go with it, too (not much.)
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#494 Post by 41 Redhawk » Tue Apr 27, 2010 12:16 pm

k8vf wrote:Anyone have interest in some once fired brass for .223?

mixed bag, PMC, Federal< UMC.

Some steelies too, but will cull out if not wanted.


About a gallon or more.

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Mark, I'll take the 223 brass and will PM you my address. Thanks

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#495 Post by salvo » Tue Apr 27, 2010 12:35 pm

41 Redhawk, I'll take the Pachmayer Grip and Fore end.
I'll PM you, Thanks!

I'll post something up once I get home.
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#496 Post by vancelw » Tue Apr 27, 2010 5:13 pm

Ysabel Kid wrote: Sorry - wolfslightshadow is enjoying the first season now! :wink:
No problem. Story of my life. :cry: I read through the thread and didn't notice if anyone got it. Can I still buy a mare's leg? :lol: I think I missed a good buy on one last October at the Waco gun show.

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Re: PAY IT FORWARD

#497 Post by Ysabel Kid » Tue Apr 27, 2010 10:04 pm

vancelw wrote: Can I still buy a mare's leg? :lol: I think I missed a good buy on one last October at the Waco gun show.
I know I'd love to get one. Just the same problem as always - no funds! :lol:
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Re: PAY IT FORWARD

#498 Post by salvo » Wed Apr 28, 2010 11:26 am

Up for grabs, .30 Carbine, Once Fired Brass 100ct.
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Re: PAY IT FORWARD

#499 Post by 2ndovc » Wed Apr 28, 2010 6:03 pm

salvo wrote:Up for grabs, .30 Carbine, Once Fired Brass 100ct.

Scott,

I can use the .30 brass.


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Re: PAY IT FORWARD

#500 Post by salvo » Wed Apr 28, 2010 6:25 pm

You got it Jason. PM me your address and I'll get it right out.
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