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inganeer

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Member For 5 Years
Got a copper asgard mini today. Don't what the hell is mini but it looks good on it. Now to do some polishing.
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PaulS

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You using the naut coils? The smrt pnp rpm is awesome in it.

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Used both pnp and ether. Honestly would rather use my ether as an rta (which I do) and pnp coils are decent but not that impressive. I think i'm just off boros. Had my fill of billets, bantams, noobs, supboxes et all. I will stick to an rta. I got in trade so no biggie. My preferred vape is still mech mods with rda.
 

crazydmnd

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And the new member of the family hand check
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Love my little nio set too; unfortunately, lost my black cap almost immediately walking the dog cause half of the caps seem awfully loose. Is your set like this?
 

crazydmnd

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Member For 5 Years
It's a really good quality SXK clone. Anything over.5 and a Vapcell or Epoch (same battery) 18350 and it is fantastic. The Requiem and Rave Mini were made for each other. They're SOLD OUT at the moment both places and only available at FT and 3F. I got 2 on sale for 26 bucks each last year.

It's not actually mechanical though. It has a mosfet and a good one too.
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Thought about grabbing one of those so many times... if you like the 18350's, I have several needing a new home; a couple eclipses and a stone colibri. PM me if interested.

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VaporGroh

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Absolutely love the older 1911's. That thing is sexy as hell!
I competed in the 1911 Single Stack Nationals for at least 10 years. The 1911 in its pure single stack form in 45 ACP is my absolute favorite handgun. It is an American icon. This piece is a mix of gathered military parts for competition. All hand fitted for ultimate accuracy. I'm assuming by military armourers, but I don't know that for a fact.
 

Syythe

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Member For 2 Years
ECF Refugee
I competed in the 1911 Single Stack Nationals for at least 10 years. The 1911 in its pure single stack form in 45 ACP is my absolute favorite handgun. It is an American icon. This piece is a mix of gathered military parts for competition. All hand fitted for ultimate accuracy. I'm assuming by military armourers, but I don't know that for a fact.
That is awesome. I would have loved to get into something like that.

I feel the same for the 1911, even though I have not had one quite as nice as that. Looking at those older versions like that is just like looking at artwork to me.
 

gsmit1

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Member For 3 Years
I competed in the 1911 Single Stack Nationals for at least 10 years. The 1911 in its pure single stack form in 45 ACP is my absolute favorite handgun. It is an American icon. This piece is a mix of gathered military parts for competition. All hand fitted for ultimate accuracy. I'm assuming by military armourers, but I don't know that for a fact.
One of the most iconic weapons in American history. The brainchild of John Moses Browning (the cartridge and the pistol) and totally appropriate for Memorial Day :)
 

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