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Joe Kuhn goes conventional w/Mach One

Discussion in 'Shooting Related Threads' started by joe kuhn, Mar 16, 2007.

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  1. joe kuhn

    joe kuhn Furry Lives Matter TS Supporters

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    Yep, it's true. The check is in the mail.

    With what I can see in this new picture, I just might leave it as is. We'll see how closely it fits. Originally thought to have it re-stocked.

    Another step along the way.

    Regards, Joe
     
  2. J.P.

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    Hey Joe, just shoot the Dang thing!!! Enjoy it, don`t make a job out of it. Or do like I do, wrap that sucker in TAPE!!! Lotsa TAPE!! John F
     
  3. Neil Winston

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    We are glad to hear you are getting such a good gun, Joe. And we're never going to say

    Neil
     
  4. jimbob

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    Just get some camo tape and wrap it up. It will make a fine turkey gun as well. Congrats on a super gun!
     
  5. dverna

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    Joe,
    Is the quest over?
    Don
     
  6. foghorn220

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    Joe you need to come with with some Coon colors maybe get some ring tailed wood to go on it with a gray reciever and barrel unless you want to make the barrel to look like a coon tail and have the rings all the way down it.

    If you decide on a skunk grade then I got some extra decals for you.
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    You shouldn't need a recoil reducer for the new gun if you was to have as big of a hunk of wood as tall as your other setup is.

    Post pictures after you get it all done.

    Foghorn
     
  7. joe kuhn

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    Thanks guys. Your comments were great to come home to after a big day at work.

    The quest is never over. The theme is changing though - from 'burn and learn' to 'unique utility'.

    A ringtail pattern in a fine piece of wood. Now that would be just awesome.

    What's the tape for?

    Will have to see how that rib works.
     
  8. joe kuhn

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    You've got that right. By summer's end, it'd be all gone.

    Holga's got her own exercise equipment, tri-athalon bicycle, laptop 'puter, 100 gallon fishtank, guitar lessons and trips back to the mother land.

    Big Daddy Kuhn's got to have fun too.
     
  9. Brian in Oregon

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    How ya gunna mount a holosight on that rib? Heliarc a base to it?
     
  10. joe kuhn

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    Hey Brian. I'm going to shoot it as is, except for the stock, maybe.
     
  11. rennerize

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    Hey Joe are you sure??? It seems like it will be hard to hold your head up straight witout some stock AND RIB work??? LOL
    Don
     
  12. joe kuhn

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    Bill, where'd you get that wood? I was just asking Gordy if he'd ever heard of a pattern called 'ring tail'. He laughed.
     
  13. Brian in Oregon

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    Looks like he used a Grants Zebra pattern on that shotgun.<br>
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    If you're going to zebra stripe anything, do it right!
     
  14. Ivabigun

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    Gordy i figured you would have pulled a ring wood out of your butt just for joe

    I condrutlate you for not doing so,

    Im sure you got some exocit wood to show us from the jungles so might as well show it and get it over with.



    Ivabigun!
     
  15. Brian in Oregon

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    Joe gets a new gun, Holga gets a dozen roses. What could be more fair?
     
  16. joe kuhn

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    What I'm worried about is making the adjustment from a slow lock time gun to a fast one. Another reason to visit Dennis.
     
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