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    Do you own anything that might impress me?

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    I doubt it my collection dose'nt have the rare 17% patina like yours please annouce when and where we are going to see your display

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    Post a pic of the two stocks side by side. That would do it. Prove everybody wrong.

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    I Started It ? Just For The Record-

    Call Me Out ?
    Then I want this on the record for all to read.
    Below I'll attach a link to the topic where I asked if that stock was original to either of the Rock Ola actions you had pictured.


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    Get Crayola crayon man who started that BS
    1- I'm Here

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    I just so happen to have both of them here with me to prove your snowfake mind wrong
    2- I can't figure out how you'd have both of those carbines currently in your possesion.
    When you said that RMC Serial 6,208,908 was:

    Quote "I gave it to a friends grandson who is eight years old."


    The other RMC Serial 6,200,436 you had a fellow member post those pictures for you.
    Link below:

    https://www.milsurps.com/showthread.php?t=36610
    This one I'll assume is still in your hands.
    If you have both with you now... ? Did the boy give it back ?


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    Painter 777 you started this crap so let's settle it.
    3- In the topic you started I asked which action the stock was original to ?
    I put pictures together to show that 1 stock was used to show 2 different RMC carbines in it.
    Same topic where in your reply # 27 you requested a member to fill out his profile for this reasoning:
    Quote: "Jim I was told by a moderator along time ago it was reqired to fill out your profile info. Secound the rifle was not sold it was GIVEN to the young man. Third I like to know who I am responding to because of some past problems I have had with some people. Lets just say it had to do with death threats. Sorry if my request upset you but that is what I was told by a moderator to do to be safe on this site."


    Here's the link to your thread you started. My reply is on page 4 #33 with YOUR pictures. I show comparisons that prove it's the same stock. I gave you the chance to clear it up but you replied:
    Quote: "They are seperate rifles I owned and still own 436. Different stocks as well is that your question."


    Read this link and all decide for themselves: https://www.milsurps.com/showthread.php?t=66476



    I've lost what little respect I had left for you. I don't care if you own every US Mil Spec Arm ever built. Snow Flake Huh? You'll soon see how Cold it can get out there.

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    Quote Originally Posted by tenOC View Post
    https://www.milsurps.com/showthread.php?t=66476&page=4

    Save those pictures people. Pretty much everybody saw the thread where he used the same stock on two different Carbines and denies it.
    Ten,
    I have all those pictures, including the pictures from a link in there saved on file.
    This way he can't delete them like he has so many others early on that were questioned.
    Like some of the display shows when he was questioned about others who help set the shows up but didn't want to share any credits.
    Ablationman comes to mind.
    So unlike the school boy who runs home with his ball thus ending the game.... the pictures of the one stock used in 2 different RMC actions are safe.
    If in doubt....... take the time to go back through his posts and see how many have the pictures deleted.
    Like the Audie Murphy carbine among others.

    I now have more respect for Sam T BOB than this guy.

    PBI has dropped a long way from back in the day:
    https://www.milsurps.com/showthread.php?t=21533
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    Quote Originally Posted by painter777 View Post
    Ten,
    I have all those pictures, including the pictures from a link in there saved on file.
    This way he can't delete them like he has so many others early on that were questioned.
    Like some of the display shows when he was questioned about others who help set the shows up but didn't want to share any credits.
    Ablationman comes to mind.
    So unlike the school boy who runs home with his ball thus ending the game.... the pictures of the one stock used in 2 different RMC actions are safe.
    If in doubt....... take the time to go back through his posts and see how many have the pictures deleted.
    Like the Audie Murphy carbine among others.

    I now have more respect for Sam T BOB than this guy.

    PBI has dropped a long way from back in the day:
    https://www.milsurps.com/showthread.php?t=21533
    When I met him in 2011 or so I learned rather quickly that he's this disreputable and dishonorabe type of person that we see today insulting the community's integrity and intelligence. It was apparent very soon that he isn't reliably knowledgeable either. A rookie like I was schooling him multiple times was tedious very quickly.
    He has a couple of predictable defenders that he's refinished Carbines for that we suspect to be presented as originals. Any others supporting this type of behavior he displays will be people of similar ethics and practices.

    Charlie, he suggests that he's setting some collecting example for the hobby, too. Not a good one.

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    This thread is closed. You folks know better than to turn a discussion into a food fight. Be nice or it will be closed.

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