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Dealing with "Old One Eye"

Discussion in 'For Sale- Members only' started by BobHoukOregon, Mar 28, 2013.

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  1. BobHoukOregon

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    John, You are a gentlemen. The gun I bought from you is everything you said it was and more. Thanks you have been great to deal with.
     
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    Nice guy too!!!

    milt
     
  3. Rebel Sympathy

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    I also had a dealing with John. He was top-notch and I would galdly do another deal with him. Mike
     
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    I recently bought a krieghoff from Buddy here on TS.com. His discription pointed out flaws in the stock I have not been able to find. It was a real pleasure doing business with such a gentleman. I asked him what size case I should buy for the gun. He said to wait until it arrived, he threw in a case so I'd have one. Real nice guy.
     
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    He is also on my Good Guys list.
     
  6. Tron

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    The best of the best to deal with.
     
  7. Carmen

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    Buddy, is great to deal with.
     
  8. BILL GRILL

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    Ya he is a peach!
     
  9. Cyrus

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    Have had many dealings and conversations with John. A very upfront gentleman to deal with, always stands behind what he sells. He is also very knowledgeable and has always been around to answer any question I may have. A+ rating. Jeff
     
  10. OLD ONE EYE

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    Thanks guys if only my wife would agree she calls it that silly gun stuff but I consider many TS.com posters good friends would like to meet all the people I have had transactions with all ,over the country as shooting people are my kind of people a good common bond unites us all.

    A good deal is when both parties are happy
    Thanks again,
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    Is it true that he has only one eye?
     
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    Yes Perazzi MX8, its in the middle of his head!
     
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    Please, I don't know anyone on this particular thread personally, but can someone change the heading on it.

    Why, you may ask?

    aell, every time I read about "Old One Eye", my mind conjures up a different meaning..........if you know what I mean. ;)

    All good!

    Carry on!

    Hauxfan!
     
  14. Rebel Sympathy

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    Maybe you can change the way your mind thinks.....

    Buddy told me he closes one eye when he shoots. Hence, the name "Old One Eye".

    Mike
     
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    i call him TINCUP--cuz he's always beggin for deal!!
     
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    Buddy sent me a key for a gun case that I could not get anywhere a few months ago. The keys are not made anymore and Browning told me good luck trying to finding one.

    Buddy had one, and sent it to me free of charge. Tried to pay him and he would not accept a penny. Class Guy!!!!

    Thanks again Buddy.....

    Phillip Del Monti
     
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    I took the sign on name Old One Eye because Frank Little told me to learn to shoot with both eyes open it was in the 1960's I tried several time just could not do it. So in the late 1990's I tried it again talk about a slow learner took about 6 months of shooting and I finally got the hang of it and shot my best scores ever since. Hence old one eye is now older and new two eyes

    New excuses soon to follow working on them every day wake up see whats working and whats not whalla a new excuse.

    I can always count on the support of my shooting friends to keep my ego under control they enjoy letting the air out on a regular bases. The worst/ sad part is I look forward to seeing them every week I must be really desperate for attention.
     
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