Rainy Day Project

Info about what you load that turns a target into dust?
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Rainy Day Project

Post by smokem » Sun Nov 30, 2008 4:53 pm

Richard Colley aka Kolar-Kid is a rather industrious individual. Take a look at these photos of his current project!

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Good luck on getting all of this back together!!

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RE: Rainy Day Project

Post by KOLAR » Sun Nov 30, 2008 9:17 pm

Thanks for the Vote of Confidence. I hate the paint they put on 800B loaders, haven't seen to many that weren't chip. So this one is get a coat of Hammertone Paint. When I work, building machine we used hammertone. It was very durable. Also the new Ponsness Warren loaders are Hammertone. The Sandblasting is complete. All the old paint is gone and I'm preparing for the new paint. After paint and reassembly, and of course loading a couple 100 shells this loader will be for sale. Will send more pictures as the project continues.

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Finished

Post by KOLAR » Tue Dec 16, 2008 9:47 pm

You seen how it started and you seen it when it was disassembled, now here it is completed......

Fred....had doubts.....well.....all I can says is.....take a look at this.....

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Thanks

Richard Colley

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Built a Condo for the Loader to ship in....

Post by KOLAR » Sat Dec 27, 2008 12:25 am

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Amazing

Post by smokem » Sat Dec 27, 2008 8:25 pm

RC - you are the stuff man! That is an amazing crate!!

You missed your calling!

FR :lol:

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