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    you must know a thing or two to know what to buy John14
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    and this i didn't so much as buy, as 'requisition' it from work where they never use it/have no idea where it came from (or where it's gone..)
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    let me guess clutch-monkey your going to turbocharge your gun with your compressor?
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    Quote Originally Posted by jediali
    let me guess clutch-monkey your going to turbocharge your gun with your compressor?
    thats a freaking great idea. i have no idea how it would work though. i'll probably just end up with a home built chaingun.
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    Or you'll end up like this guy:


    But with bits of barrel and compressor
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    Quote Originally Posted by 2ndclasscitizen
    Or you'll end up like this guy:But with bits of barrel and compressor
    thanks for making that crystal clear! by adding a pocket of compressed air just before the bullet hammer perhaps the extra oxygen will make better detonation of explosive stuff...i dont know, maybe not.
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    Received my speakers today
    I can finally wake up a flat or two.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Cotterik
    supa speed!

    Is it good? I loved the rest of them.
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    Quote Originally Posted by crisis
    Is it good? I loved the rest of them.
    it is much better than lockdown. i'm not sure if it is as good as raven shield; it's a different style almost.
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    Quote Originally Posted by clutch-monkey
    thats a freaking great idea. i have no idea how it would work though. i'll probably just end up with a home built chaingun.
    I actually know of someone who did that. I haven't had the misfortune of actually meeting the gentleman, but he is related to a friend of mine. Supposedly, it works rather well. Not sure if I the risks(prison) outway the reward, so I wouldn't try it.
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    Faster, faster, faster, until the thrill of speed overcomes the fear of death...
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    Quote Originally Posted by clutch-monkey
    it is much better than lockdown. i'm not sure if it is as good as raven shield; it's a different style almost.
    You and i BOTH know its f*cking awesome clutch, you drove just shy of 2000 kilometers to play it with me for a weekend.
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    $400 worth of these

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    Quote Originally Posted by clutch-monkey

    Stay the hell away from my house. Or my state, for that matter.
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