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Mayhem like Me
12-11-2010, 21:21
http://www.gunbroker.com/Auction/ViewItem.aspx?Item=205163990


too bad you can't leave comments what a crock, and a bad crock at that a POS franken gun for 2500 yup there is one born every minute...

Quack
12-11-2010, 21:34
$25 and I'm in. Lol

bac1023
12-11-2010, 23:16
You can't leave comments, but you can send the seller a message. :whistling:

Mayhem like Me
12-11-2010, 23:58
I asked some questions like Who did that work

samuse
12-12-2010, 07:03
It could be a nice little gun if it's put together right.

I do think he was a little too ambitious on the price. By about 2grand...

bac1023
12-12-2010, 07:09
It could be a nice little gun if it's put together right.

I do think he was a little too ambitious on the price. By about 2grand...

:rofl:

:agree:

MarkCO
12-12-2010, 09:07
Don't know if you really meant "crock" or "crook", however, while completely over-priced, are not most things? I think anyone should be able to sell whatever they want for whatever price they want, that is the foundation of free enterprise. Sure there are consumer protection laws in place, but in most cases, in a free economy (which we don't have BTW) it is up to the purchaser to investigate their purchase and the price point that is reasonable for the product.

I'm not repeatedly posting about Dell's website on which they sell a computer for $2300 that I can put together myself, with a better case and power supply for $550. Is Dell a "Crock"? About the same numbers...

There are people out there paying $250 for a Vanek trigger when I can do an equal trigger in 30 minutes for $20 in parts. Is Vanek a "Crock"? At $50/hour, about the same "markup."

Not criticising, just trying to bring about some counter thought to the subject.

bac1023
12-12-2010, 09:11
Not criticising, just trying to bring about some counter thought to the subject.

I hear you Mark.

Of course, when you see something like that, it doesn't give much credibility to the seller.

He may not purposely be trying to rip anyone off, but it shows he doesn't know the market.

Mayhem like Me
12-12-2010, 09:14
I hear you Mark.

Of course, when you see something like that, it doesn't give much credibility to the seller.

He may not purposely be trying to rip anyone off, but it shows he doesn't know the market.

this it's not even close to a MEUSOC build he probably cobbled it together on his kitchen table with a screwdriver and a mallet..

HAIL CAESAR
12-13-2010, 08:16
What about this zippy...
http://www.gunbroker.com/Auction/ViewItem.aspx?Item=205382283

He at least brought the buy it now to under 2 grand.:rofl:
Not bad for a franken Fusion/Taurus.

Hokie1911
12-13-2010, 08:26
What about this zippy...
http://www.gunbroker.com/Auction/ViewItem.aspx?Item=205382283

He at least brought the buy it now to under 2 grand.:rofl:
Not bad for a franken Fusion/Taurus.

Sorry, I didn't make it through Crime and Punishment either. That's a LONNNG read. Actually, that's a disservice to Dave Helton, who actually does some nice work. Wade had him work over his Kimber PC that he had and it came out pretty sweet.

thecableguy
12-13-2010, 08:37
What about this zippy...
http://www.gunbroker.com/Auction/ViewItem.aspx?Item=205382283

He at least brought the buy it now to under 2 grand.:rofl:
Not bad for a franken Fusion/Taurus.

I think that the same guy that always tries to sell a bunch of lego'd 1911s on gunbroker. Keep an eye on him and you will see a couple more of those.

Greyhoundman
12-13-2010, 22:15
Holy crap I read the description and am lost for words.....:faint:

What about this zippy...
http://www.gunbroker.com/Auction/ViewItem.aspx?Item=205382283

He at least brought the buy it now to under 2 grand.:rofl:
Not bad for a franken Fusion/Taurus.

glock2740
12-13-2010, 22:51
You can't leave comments, but you can send the seller a message. :whistling:
And I'm going to send him one, along with $60! I'm down for that collector's item for sure! :rofl:

xtreme99
12-13-2010, 22:52
Don't know if you really meant "crock" or "crook", however, while completely over-priced, are not most things? I think anyone should be able to sell whatever they want for whatever price they want, that is the foundation of free enterprise. Sure there are consumer protection laws in place, but in most cases, in a free economy (which we don't have BTW) it is up to the purchaser to investigate their purchase and the price point that is reasonable for the product.

I'm not repeatedly posting about Dell's website on which they sell a computer for $2300 that I can put together myself, with a better case and power supply for $550. Is Dell a "Crock"? About the same numbers...

There are people out there paying $250 for a Vanek trigger when I can do an equal trigger in 30 minutes for $20 in parts. Is Vanek a "Crock"? At $50/hour, about the same "markup."

Not criticising, just trying to bring about some counter thought to the subject.

It's your gun isn't it?











































:tongueout: :wavey:

majette
12-14-2010, 00:53
What about this zippy...
http://www.gunbroker.com/Auction/ViewItem.aspx?Item=205382283

He at least brought the buy it now to under 2 grand.:rofl:
Not bad for a franken Fusion/Taurus.

nowhere in the essay he wrote about the pistol does he mention the frame manufacturer. nor does he produce a test target that shows the 1" at 25yds capability of his jewel.

MarkCO
12-14-2010, 08:24
It's your gun isn't it?

No, I'd be ashamed if it was, but again, no.:upeyes:

knedrgr
12-14-2010, 09:05
What about this zippy...
http://www.gunbroker.com/Auction/ViewItem.aspx?Item=205382283

He at least brought the buy it now to under 2 grand.:rofl:
Not bad for a franken Fusion/Taurus.

I think that the same guy that always tries to sell a bunch of lego'd 1911s on gunbroker. Keep an eye on him and you will see a couple more of those.

I saw that a few months ago...love his posts! Especially those "nice" photos. It's like finding where's Waldo...the gun is always in a different place throughout his house. :rofl: