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Discussion in 'Build it Yourself' started by Boris, Jul 4, 2013.
I read through the entire post, but didn't find the shovel...
Needs more shovel...
Def need more shovel and more kits.
Boris = King
holy crap! interesting design
Anyone know where I can get the kits? or maybe some measurements/plans?
Good LORD! What form of lunatic are you? Amazing!
please PM user Johnson - he has all the information you are looking for, and would be happy to sell you a kit.
I appreciate the mention and being noticed, but unfortunately I do NOT have any clue what this thread is, where to get a "kit" or anything about what is going on here. To be honest I don't even like Glocks.
As for you mister massBRS, I'd appreciate it if you gave the correct information out in the future.
oh snap - tell me he PMed you?!
Hell yea I did! what'd you expect? Too many forums for me to pay attention to, to deal with trolls.
massBRS, this wasn't funny, witty, clever or cute. It wasn't a "good idea" it was just stupid. I guess you managed to bump the thread but you accomplished literally nothing and just made yourself look like an idiot. Good job on your "trollception" you clearly succeeded in whatever it was you were attempting, I sure got "****ed up" by him PMing me something I couldn't respond to.
It was pretty funny actually.
Wtf is going on in here?
If someone wants one of these, I would suggest PM'ing the OP.
So I was trying to decide between a Glock 34 and a HK VP9......
Good riddance. If for no other reason than he posted nonsense and cluttered up one of the most epic threads in NES history.
Wondering if the Admin would consider making this a sticky, its another epic Boris thread.
Boris how do you find the time and how do you come up with these things? Plus a million to ya!
Polymer 80 is releasing an 80% Glock frame.
FWIW, that's the goal that drove Mastering the Art of French Cooking.
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