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Euro vs. American???

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GALADION

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Hey Mark,
Nice work!!!
Do I see a full length rail or not?
 
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RabiDeath

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Mark,
That is truly a beautiful gun. I consider myself lucky to have been able to fire it...and now I want one bad, bad, bad! A large, open-water, wood euro gun is definitely my new dream gun. I have two old t20 handles just waiting for me to get the $$$ together for one.
 
Mark Laboccetta

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Master

Hey I'm so glad you guys like it. She is a sweet one. It makes you breath a sigh of relief that maybe we're not so crazy afterall. I knew there was room somewhere in the lineup for a fully balanced wood 130.

Galadion. here is a picture from one end to the other end of the integrated rail guide. It tapers to flat near the handle and as it nears the muzzle.

RabihDeath, as you know I left the other one I had with your cousin Cam who is going to put it to better use wherever he is around the world, why don't you try the 130 they sent me? I'd like to get one or two good divers who we don't sponsor to shoot some fish with it. I promised Sturgeon a shot at the gun first so then maybe after he's done you can give it a whirl too. I need someone who spends more time diving than on the internet having gun verbal wars like you :) Later, Mark
 

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RabiDeath

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Re: Master

I might have to take you up on that. In fact, here is my left nut for collateral... Damn weather has had me grounded for two weeks!
 
frogman

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Mark,
I may have to check out your gun next time I dive with Scott :) . It looks pretty cool :cool: 130 is the size I use the most when we dive the deeper spots.

Angelos
 
Mark Laboccetta

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That would be more than fine Angelos, thanks for offering. This will be fun. I just hope your qualified enough because those Cuberas you shot and some of the other picts of the fish you sent wait...., aren't they as easy as shooting a carp or a hog fish...?? are they a challenge? ;)
 
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