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Old 08-26-2008, 10:42 PM   #1
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Old 08-26-2008, 10:49 PM   #2
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LOL-- was not expecting that. Niffty-- but if I gota carry one of those to walk the dog, it's time to move.

Nice find-- I love watching the guy's vids-- have you seen the one where he tests out the FastMag?

Funny as heck! The Guy goes all out.


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I don't know JP - he sure seems to be putting it through the tests, but if he really wanted to sell me, he would have thrown in a backflip and the "jumping through the air while firing two pistols" Ala John Woo.... LOL

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I wasn't cutting on him-- I remember being able to do go off like that-- that went away when I tore my akilies tendon in half and didn't seek help for 6 months-- those days are over. I admire the guy. He is a pistol full of energy! He does great reviews on high speed gear.

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I completely agree. The guy is definitely high energy. I was joking, merely joking.

That actually looks like a nice piece of GEAR ( Because KIT is a British Term and I don't want to seem BRITISH for God's Sweet Sake - LOL ).

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lol-- that's right-- thank god I didn't use it-- you just saved my life-- thank you kind sir.

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