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Old 01-28-2009, 08:28 PM
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Gas tank

Does anyone know where to find a tank similar to the one on the Mutant Bobber. It is the one that says 25c on it. Any help would be greatly appreciated.
You can see it on the Redneck Engineering website.
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Old 01-28-2009, 11:05 PM
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That is Justin Schilling from 2bit choppers. I believe he is a member here but i havn't seen any posts from him since a few that sounded like they were in finacial trouble..... Try his website
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THat tanks was built here at redneck, it was part of the kit that Justin purchased for his project, As far as 2bit choppers they are still going like the rest of us it has slowed down but the quality of justins work and his determination he will be fine.
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Old 01-30-2009, 01:47 AM
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I was happy to find Justin's website still up and even more happy to hear that they are here to stay. You from Redneck Nobody? I keep getting guys with RE frames all the time so I know they are not only alive but seem to be doing great. The kit we got in the shop now is for a guy that talks about Vince the way a lot of guys on here talk about JJ.
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I do work at Redneck, have been here for awile, has been a lot of fun, especialy meeting all the fine folks that we have met here at the shop and out on the road, have made many lifelong friends that im really thankful for.
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You're very modest nobody, I saw a v twin power episode about redneck engineering 2 nights ago, I won't give up your true identity!
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I forgot to throw in that I am a big fan of your work too vision. My build is almost to the point where I will be ready for a tank. I am in progress of selling a couple extra handguns I don't use so I can get one of yours. Hopefully it will work out that way!
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So what you selling hostile one? Anything for a rank novice? You got pics?
All the ranges out here have are the Chinese AK's, that are a blast to play with but I know absolutly nuthin bout guns but cept how to point and shoot.
I guess I am a neck at heart.
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I have a couple rugers 1 .40 cal and 1 .45 both decockers but they are to big for my hands and thats saying something as my hands are quite large but I can't reach the slide release with my thumb or the mag release with my finger. Besides I read a half joking post once called the rules of gunfighting. The most important thing in the post was this... always carry the same gun the same way all the time. To me that advice hit home so I now stick to my Springfield xd compact, we've become very close Heres what the rugers look like they are almost identical.
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I do work at Redneck, have been here for awile, has been a lot of fun, especialy meeting all the fine folks that we have met here at the shop and out on the road, have made many lifelong friends that im really thankful for.
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"Nobody" is not nobody, and it says a lot that Nobody has posted here on CC. Says a lot for Redneck in general in my book. Glad to see an industry leader involved at our level now and then!
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well guys and gals , I do appreciate the kind words , it has been folks like justin, yourself and all the folks that have stuck by us throughougt the last eight years , through growning pains and mistakes that really makes me want to get up in the mornings
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... rules of gunfighting. The most important thing in the post was this... always carry the same gun the same way all the time. To me that advice hit home so I now stick to my Springfield xd compact, we've become very close
Gunfighting? Where do you live hostile? Love me some loud toys with too much power and even better if they can make stuff blow up but I don't see any gunfights in the near future. That is a beautiful piece though but I think whatever I get I would want to have engraved and that is just too nice a gun to start chiping away at. Plus I got pretty small hands (hey now no comments from the peanut gallery )

Nobody - Keep up the good work brother. There is no doubt in my mind that Redneck frames are some of the best looking frames you can get and thier reputation for quality and innovation speaks for itself. If you guys didn't do your own sheet metal in house I would be all over you about trying to swap some sheet metal for one of those cruves or dropseat frames......long time admirer.
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