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Old 08-28-2013, 12:39 AM
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Re: Custom Wichester Model 70 7 mm Mag

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No such thing as an ex marine only former marines and yes there is a difference, and just so you know my issued weapons in the corps included an m4 carbine, an m9 semi auto pistol, 2 240 machine guns, a automated m2 50 cal, and finally a 120 mm smooth bore main gun. Any guesses on wat job I had? I'll tell you now it wasn't snipers and I was never issued a model 70 7mm. So for all of you who think you are the God of guns congrats you have no life, I've done my time serving my country, deployed to 3 different countries for no less than 9 month deployments, away from my wife and son, I've earned my right to say Watever the **** I want, you ladies want to get into a ******* contest, go ahead and piss in the wind, derick, thank you for the advice you've been the ONLY civil,mature, professional out of all these Homos. Again thanks and butterbean and cbass go suck start you rifles.
This may be one of the most childish, whiny, arrogant displays of resume spouting I've ever read online.
In my relatively lengthy experience dealing with Internet Badasses, it's the guys that feel the need to dish out their resume that are the most incompetent. People that know what they are doing, don't need to explain themselves.
YOU'RE the one that was touting off about the sparkling velocity numbers you were getting by shortening your rifle...now it finally comes out that you don't know what the numbers WERE, nor what they ARE NOW. I guess you just estimated with a stop watch eh?
Talk about being civil and mature. You're the one trying to peddle your BS to a group of people that actually know better...and you get all butt hurt when they call you out on it.
Get used to it sir, you've got a lot of growing up to do.

And another thing...Military service is commendable. I have uncles and cousins in the Navy and Air Force and a grandfather that is a former Marine. I have nothing but respect for the sacrifice that you've made....but that doesn't mean you're not a dip ****.
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Old 08-28-2013, 08:11 AM
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Re: Custom Wichester Model 70 7 mm Mag

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This may be one of the most childish, whiny, arrogant displays of resume spouting I've ever read online.
In my relatively lengthy experience dealing with Internet Badasses, it's the guys that feel the need to dish out their resume that are the most incompetent. People that know what they are doing, don't need to explain themselves.
YOU'RE the one that was touting off about the sparkling velocity numbers you were getting by shortening your rifle...now it finally comes out that you don't know what the numbers WERE, nor what they ARE NOW. I guess you just estimated with a stop watch eh?
Talk about being civil and mature. You're the one trying to peddle your BS to a group of people that actually know better...and you get all butt hurt when they call you out on it.
Get used to it sir, you've got a lot of growing up to do.

And another thing...Military service is commendable. I have uncles and cousins in the Navy and Air Force and a grandfather that is a former Marine. I have nothing but respect for the sacrifice that you've made....but that doesn't mean you're not a dip ****.
It's called math dick, you know something you learned in school maybe, I was ESTIMATING, hence the reason I didnt know the exact number, I'm not gonna sit here and argue with some 'internet thug" hiding behind a computer, I did not ask for any of this bs yal are givi
Me. As I've stated before, I can appreciate criticism not ass holes, if your so mature/experienced, then why not ask why I didn't know the exact muzzle velocity, or if I shorted the barrel or a gunsmith? Knowing your **** about different weapons systems is all fine and dandy but if your a dick to every one you meet have fun enjoying it alone
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Old 08-28-2013, 08:30 AM
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Re: Custom Wichester Model 70 7 mm Mag

...I am guessing you were a tank rat in the Corps...?

Hey brother, you are embarrassing the rest of the former Marines on this site. Myself included!

I have a pretty good feeling that your rifle will not sell here anymore. Especially at that price. Maybe you kill this sale and/or consider parting it out.

There is an incredible wealth of knowledge here. Maybe just drop this one and stop trolling for more BS. Stop burning bridges whether you are trying to or not and maybe you can maintain a welcomed presence.

If you are hell bent on selling the rifle, try another site or Gunbroker, as most of the guys on here have little use for your rifle (other than parts) because a 19" barrel on a magnum isn't their thing.

I am not trying to elicite more BS; just a little advice. Take it or leave it. Your call
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Old 08-28-2013, 08:58 AM
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Re: Custom Wichester Model 70 7 mm Mag

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It's called math dick, you know something you learned in school maybe, I was ESTIMATING, hence the reason I didnt know the exact number, I'm not gonna sit here and argue with some 'internet thug" hiding behind a computer, I did not ask for any of this bs yal are givi
Me. As I've stated before, I can appreciate criticism not ass holes, if your so mature/experienced, then why not ask why I didn't know the exact muzzle velocity, or if I shorted the barrel or a gunsmith? Knowing your **** about different weapons systems is all fine and dandy but if your a dick to every one you meet have fun enjoying it alone

I'm with Bronco, this one needs to go away. Actually you did ask for everything you got here by not stating facts and just pulling BS out of your *****. ESTIMATING is what I do for a living and I can tell you that it is not math. It may be based on mathmatical numbers but in the end it is an educated guess based on supporting information. With that being said you cannot even say you were ESTIMATING. A number or figure based on BS is nothing more than BS !
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Old 08-28-2013, 09:06 AM
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Re: Custom Wichester Model 70 7 mm Mag

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...I am guessing you were a tank rat in the Corps...?

Hey brother, you are embarrassing the rest of the former Marines on this site. Myself included!

I have a pretty good feeling that your rifle will not sell here anymore. Especially at that price. Maybe you kill this sale and/or consider parting it out.

There is an incredible wealth of knowledge here. Maybe just drop this one and stop trolling for more BS. Stop burning bridges whether you are trying to or not and maybe you can maintain a welcomed presence.

If you are hell bent on selling the rifle, try another site or Gunbroker, as most of the guys on here have little use for your rifle (other than parts) because a 19" barrel on a magnum isn't their thing.

I am not trying to elicite more BS; just a little advice. Take it or leave it. Your call
Embarrassing or not I speak my mind, my only intentions were to post an ad and see if I could sell this rifle, personally I prefer my ar15, I wasn't trying to start any bs or drama, I JUST WANTED TO SELL THIS RIFLE, but if there is one thing I can't stand, its people like these guys who would rather tall down to you as if their perfect, instead of sharing advice man to man, I'm not saying all are this way but for most of the guys in this thread that seems to hold true. Im sure most of the guys on this site know a great deal more about weapons than I do and that doesn't bother me. I like learning the tricks and tips from people who do this every day. I don't have that pleasure. When I'm not at work I'm with my family.so to find a site where gun enthusiasts from around the country come to discuss higher caliber weapons was kind of a treat, can I account for why the barrel was shortened? No, can I still try to sell it yes. That was my only intentions.
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