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Old 03-21-2013, 11:42 PM   #71
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Now you know those things can kick like a mule
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I'm digging on google myself. All I can find is speculation and claims on both ends, but no REAL proof either way.
A couple months ago I somehow stumbled on the manufacturer and/or distributors website while looking for DIY projects one day and it mentioned something about sending them the old worn out oil filter so they could laser engrave a new one to send back to you. I think....think I remember them saying they use the same serial number so you don't have to reapply or anything. But they still charge out the ying yang for them. I'll see if I can find the site it was on.
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Crank Firing Devices:


Or, this... it isn't really an accessory but:

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This has to be the single biggest waste of money on earth. Short of the Zombie end of the world, worthless
I dunno ... I'd have to be pretty desperate to charge a guy with a running bayo-chainsaw.

It could also be easily adapted to "make smoke" to help cover the shooter.
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Now you actually can suppress a M1895 Nagant revolver. The cartridge creates a gas seal with the chamber.
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I didn't know that.

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I didn't know that.
Yeah, the KGB did it with some for use in covert ops or assassinations.
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