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For 7 mm enthusiasts

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Unread 09-25-2013, 01:45 PM
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Re: For 7 mm enthusiasts

If I can get the money up I will for sure have this one made...It looks to be a pretty good design, and I think a very efficient one, too.
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The 284 is to the STW what a tricycle is to a Ninja.
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    If I can get the money up I will for sure have this one made...It looks to be a pretty good design, and I think a very efficient one, too.
    Yes, big powder room and the bullet could be seated almost perfectly. That all together in a just ordinary slim beltless case.
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    I think it could be a hit, as well.
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    The 284 is to the STW what a tricycle is to a Ninja.
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    Unread 09-30-2013, 01:01 AM
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    I think it could be a hit, as well.
    It seems that this good dicussion has unfortunately stopped up. The topic is IMO to important (nice) that it should end here. I'll hope you agree. Maybe we can generate some more quality input.
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    Unfortunately, the wildcat convo tends to die when everything you get excited about, and discussed, goes down the drain when the cartridge proprieter (designer) has a lack of money. LOL

    I'm trying to pimp my truck to whoever will buy it, but it needs to go ASAP. Hopefully it will sell soon, then I can get this wildcat underway.
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    Unfortunately, the wildcat convo tends to die when everything you get excited about, and discussed, goes down the drain when the cartridge proprieter (designer) has a lack of money. LOL

    I'm trying to pimp my truck to whoever will buy it, but it needs to go ASAP. Hopefully it will sell soon, then I can get this wildcat underway.
    Yep, you're probably right since you know the folks round here much better then I do. I wish you (and us) could luck with your truck. Would both benefit the 7s and your wallet.
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    Yep, you're probably right since you know the folks round here much better then I do. I wish you (and us) could luck with your truck. Would both benefit the 7s and your wallet.
    Thanks! It would definitely benefit both of those...Then I could use my income for just paying bills and use the truck money for the playtoys, guns, and wildcats.
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