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Thread: Most expensive "scrap" I ever bought. Worth it!

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    I'll jump also ! I would be interested in 2 maybe 3. Let me know when ya can,Thanks.

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    I would also be interested in a sample or 3. Pricing?

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    I'd be interested, please PM me any are still available.
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    I’d like to have 2 if they become available.

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    They came out great.


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    Quote Originally Posted by GTF425 View Post
    They came out great.

    Love it with the flight medic badge! Thanks for all you do. Keep bringing us sickies, we will do our best on the ground.

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    One of the coolest thing I have seen in a long time!
    I would also like a message on availability and price for a few

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    Quote Originally Posted by tallestsniper View Post
    I live near Fort Carson near Colorado Springs and I always slip a few bucks to my local scrap metal guy for when military brass gets dropped off to be melted down. I get a call in January, "Judah, you should come down here now." I drop everything, pull up in my truck to 4 guys looking into a 55-gallon drum. NICE, I get a grip of brass, right? Wrong. An Army officer is standing there with his arms crossed sort of frowning. I peer into the barrel and see HUNDREDS of crushed Colt M16A1 lower receivers. He said they must be from Vietnam or some other conflict, but all I could do is ask how much he wanted for the barrel. Long story short, he got a down payment for a new vehicle and helped load it in my truck. The top of the barrel had nice stuff, the bottom of it just shards, but I managed to get my metal buddy some work by making these. What do you think?
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    It hurts to see so many M16A1s destroyed, but the badges are amazing, I could sell them to colt enthusiasts around the world (I include myself among them)
    Last edited by Boten; 08-04-20 at 15:31.
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    20200809_091653.jpg Made a bottle opener with the rear section using the same cut as the 50 cal BMG bottle openers.

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    Quote Originally Posted by tallestsniper View Post
    20200809_091653.jpg Made a bottle opener with the rear section using the same cut as the 50 cal BMG bottle openers.
    It is super cool, as I said in other messages, you should make and sell them 5/10 Dollars / Euros, and thus you get a little extra money.
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