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    CGN Regular mac100's Avatar
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    Sulun Arms SS-211

    Are you guys getting anymore of these in and if so what kind of timeline roughly will they be available.
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    I had heard summer from a customer service rep at TI

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    One for sale on EE now.
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    More coming in.

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    Quote Originally Posted by buzzmagoo View Post
    One for sale on EE now.
    I have seen 2 this morning. I can't tell from the pictures if they are the defect models or the originals but if they are selling the defect models for $700+, I'll gladly sell mine haha

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    Quote Originally Posted by enim83 View Post
    I have seen 2 this morning. I can't tell from the pictures if they are the defect models or the originals but if they are selling the defect models for $700+, I'll gladly sell mine haha
    Just an FYI, I ordered one of the defect models, spent some time cleaning it up and polishing the action and now it's smoth as butter. Depends on how you look at things, but some people may feel a properly polished "defective model" with steel action and ejectors is worth more then the later models.

    Just food for thought.

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    Look at the recoil pad, it's a telltale sign.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tubgoat View Post
    Just an FYI, I ordered one of the defect models, spent some time cleaning it up and polishing the action and now it's smoth as butter. Depends on how you look at things, but some people may feel a properly polished "defective model" with steel action and ejectors is worth more then the later models.

    Just food for thought.
    Especially since the 'defect' model won't be imported again - next import are Al and extractor only.
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    These lil shot guns are great. I was ringing a steel ipsc silhouette at 100 yards with slugs.

    Haha not much gas left in the slug though.

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