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Re: Pay it Forward - Firearm parts and accessories

Post by nimdabew » Thu Oct 13, 2011 8:09 pm

Treacle_Man wrote:
nimdabew wrote:First, do not post something unless you are willing to give something away for free.
Question regarding this - does a person who is posting about wanting an item need to post something they are putting up for grabs at the same time? Or is it an "as available" kind of thing like the other Pay It Forward thread?
It is a as available type thing. If someone wants to send you a PM about something specific, that is their own prerogative. Items that are posted as a pay it forward item should be considered as a first come, first served item. Think of a thrift store barging bin that gives things away, but a wanted item as a classified ad in the local paper. Keep putting things in the thread to give away. Take an item, leave an item :)
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Re: Pay it Forward - Firearm parts and accessories

Post by Treacle_Man » Thu Oct 13, 2011 8:32 pm

nimdabew wrote:
Treacle_Man wrote:
nimdabew wrote:First, do not post something unless you are willing to give something away for free.
Question regarding this - does a person who is posting about wanting an item need to post something they are putting up for grabs at the same time? Or is it an "as available" kind of thing like the other Pay It Forward thread?
It is a as available type thing. If someone wants to send you a PM about something specific, that is their own prerogative. Items that are posted as a pay it forward item should be considered as a first come, first served item. Think of a thrift store barging bin that gives things away, but a wanted item as a classified ad in the local paper. Keep putting things in the thread to give away. Take an item, leave an item :)
Sounds good, didn't want to junk up your thread or break the rules. I'm sure I have some more valuable stuff than a charging handle and grip, just have to dig deep.
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Re: Pay it Forward - Firearm parts and accessories

Post by Krypticklown » Thu Oct 13, 2011 9:05 pm

I've got some 7.5 brass(fired once) and a few bags(been using them to hold mags but then traded the rifle) that I can take pics of tomorrow; looking for anything Mini-14 related.
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Re: Pay it Forward - Firearm parts and accessories

Post by jeremy1391 » Wed Oct 19, 2011 10:08 am

Ultimak delivered to treacle man.
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Re: Pay it Forward - Firearm parts and accessories

Post by Treacle_Man » Wed Oct 19, 2011 6:00 pm

jeremy1391 wrote:Ultimak delivered to treacle man.
And received, looks great! Will throw a light on there pending funds.
Dave_M wrote:I think some of you guys are over thinking this.
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Re: Pay it Forward - Firearm parts and accessories

Post by jeremy1391 » Fri Oct 21, 2011 7:45 pm

Mags for AK74 received from Treacle_man. Lock up tight and look sharp!
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Re: Pay it Forward - Firearm parts and accessories

Post by tjsjr » Sat Oct 22, 2011 3:09 am

Nim, none is of $25 value by itself, hope that's ok.

The rail sections are flat bottomed. *Brake GONE*. The thing on top is sling adapter for M4 style stock slots, the little buckle goes through the hole and then lays against stock.
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Re: Pay it Forward - Firearm parts and accessories

Post by angelofwar » Mon Oct 24, 2011 10:16 pm

Neat idea op! I'll play!

-I have two Remington 870 see-under scope mounts off the top of my head, like new. I'll look what else I have when I get home.

-I also have a handful of 1" scope rings.

I'll look what else I have when I get home.

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Re: Pay it Forward - Firearm parts and accessories

Post by Maverick299 » Fri Oct 28, 2011 9:15 am

I've got 2 1911 mag springs that have never been used. Came out of Mecgar .38 super mags. (not sure if they are the same tension as .45. I would think they are the same)

Used follower for a Reminton 1100, 11-87, possibly 870 12 gauge.

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Re: Pay it Forward - Firearm parts and accessories

Post by m ellis allen » Sun Nov 06, 2011 2:05 pm

lets keep this going.
ive got
- 2 tapco ak 47 mag followers
- a com-bloc spam can opener
- used romanian ak gas piston

looking for a mosin nagant m38 front sight base.
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Re: Pay it Forward - Firearm parts and accessories

Post by Oneswunk » Tue Nov 08, 2011 9:19 pm

Up for grabs. 2 boxes of UMC .40, slightly used box of federal .40, one SW40VE mag. Sold my .40 long ago no plans of getting one any time soon. Ammo all goes together, mag can be separate.

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Re: Pay it Forward - Firearm parts and accessories

Post by angelofwar » Tue Nov 08, 2011 11:26 pm

Oneswunk wrote:Up for grabs. 2 boxes of UMC .40, slightly used box of federal .40, one SW40VE mag. Sold my .40 long ago no plans of getting one any time soon. Ammo all goes together, mag can be separate.

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Looking for wood 1911 grips and a wood upper AK handguard.
Interested in the .40...only have a few rounds left in my stockpile...sending ya a PM
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Re: Pay it Forward - Firearm parts and accessories

Post by Oneswunk » Wed Nov 09, 2011 11:31 am

.40 stuff going to angelofwar, enjoy.
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Re: Pay it Forward - Firearm parts and accessories

Post by tjsjr » Wed Nov 09, 2011 11:45 am

Nevermind.
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Pay it Forward - Firearm parts and accessories

Post by angelofwar » Wed Nov 09, 2011 1:17 pm

Thanks, oneswunks! Your generosity is greatly appreciated!
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Re: Pay it Forward - Firearm parts and accessories

Post by Hoppy » Sat Nov 12, 2011 1:38 am

Mossberg Accumag choke

12 gauge Modified
for Mossberg 835, 935


NOT ACCU CHOKE WILL NOT WORK IN 500!


free of charge, il even pay to ship, PM ME or nothing.


i bought an assload of them like 4 years ago, and gave them away on THR and some other forums. as best i know this is the last one and i wanna be rid of it
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Re: Pay it Forward - Firearm parts and accessories

Post by kcor_77 » Fri Nov 18, 2011 10:41 pm

Up for grabs is two mag pul p-mags new never used. I don't use them as I never have a any luck with them. I broke the last two I used.
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Re: Pay it Forward - Firearm parts and accessories

Post by tjsjr » Fri Nov 18, 2011 10:51 pm

kcor_77 wrote:Up for grabs is two mag pul p-mags new never used. I don't use them as I never have a any luck with them. I broke the last two I used.
Damn! Swinging for the fence. LOL I'd take them. Need any of the stuff I got listed?

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Re: Pay it Forward - Firearm parts and accessories

Post by kcor_77 » Fri Nov 18, 2011 11:29 pm

tjsjr wrote:
kcor_77 wrote:Up for grabs is two mag pul p-mags new never used. I don't use them as I never have a any luck with them. I broke the last two I used.
Damn! Swinging for the fence. LOL I'd take them. Need any of the stuff I got listed?
Its going going gone. I didn't see what you have listed.

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Re: Pay it Forward - Firearm parts and accessories

Post by lowjohn19 » Sat Nov 19, 2011 1:58 pm

It's not the prettiest, but wooden ak upper handgaurd.
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Re: Pay it Forward - Firearm parts and accessories

Post by tjsjr » Sat Nov 19, 2011 4:41 pm

kcor_77 wrote:
tjsjr wrote:
kcor_77 wrote:Up for grabs is two mag pul p-mags new never used. I don't use them as I never have a any luck with them. I broke the last two I used.
Damn! Swinging for the fence. LOL I'd take them. Need any of the stuff I got listed?
Its going going gone. I didn't see what you have listed.

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Re: Pay it Forward - Firearm parts and accessories

Post by Belair56 » Sat Nov 19, 2011 9:40 pm

I have a couple of boxes of brass 9mm empties, fired once, you can have them for postage.

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Re: Pay it Forward - Firearm parts and accessories

Post by kcor_77 » Mon Nov 21, 2011 6:44 am

tjsjr wrote:
kcor_77 wrote:
tjsjr wrote:
kcor_77 wrote:Up for grabs is two mag pul p-mags new never used. I don't use them as I never have a any luck with them. I broke the last two I used.
Damn! Swinging for the fence. LOL I'd take them. Need any of the stuff I got listed?
Its going going gone. I didn't see what you have listed.

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Re: Pay it Forward - Firearm parts and accessories

Post by tedbeau » Wed Nov 30, 2011 2:29 pm

Darn I missed out on the 40 caliber ammo. I have a couple of cheap holsters for 5 round snub nose 38/357 and about 200 or 300 rounds of once fired 38 special brass.

There is a nylon IWB tuckable with adjustable cant, and a horizontal carry shoulder holster.

I don't have a "need it" item right now, so I'll just take a credit for an item to be named later.

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I'll post some pictures of the holsters this weekend.
I just thought of something I would trade for; If anyone has some standard rifle sling attachent hardware, I want to make a paracord sling for my shotgun but need to add the mounting screw and buckle at the stock end, and I need a clamp on barrel connection and buckle for the barrel end.

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