Pay it Forward - Free Gear from and for Shadowspear members

AKkeith

Killin It
Verified Military
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Aug 12, 2011
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Alaska
How long do you need it for?

I believe mine is the HD. It has the instant turn on feature that others didn't back when I bought it. I'd have to look for the helmet mount but should have it somewhere.
 

racing_kitty

Sister Mary Hellfire
Verified Military
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Aug 21, 2008
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SE of Disorder

DA SWO

SOWT
Verified SOF
Joined
Aug 18, 2007
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San Antonio Texas
Free to a good home: two Blackhawk holsters for Beretta 92/96. One paddle holster, one to wear on your vest. I only used these with my M9 for three months on my last deployment, and they have been sitting in a foot locker since 2011 sometime, so they are in good condition. I don't see myself having use for them at any point in the near or distant future.

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I'll take the holsters if they are still available.
 

Ooh-Rah

Marine
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Sep 12, 2012
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Attn: Marines

In my possession, and up for grabs:

The Marine Officer's Guide. 5th Edition Hardcover (1989 printing)
Author: Kenneth W. Estes
Lt. Col. USMC

I purchased it "way back" when I was trying to figure out WTF to do with myself. It's in like new condition.

First "I'll take it" and a PM with a mailing address gets it.
 

DA SWO

SOWT
Verified SOF
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8,386
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San Antonio Texas
Attn: Marines

In my possession, and up for grabs:

The Marine Officer's Guide. 5th Edition Hardcover (1989 printing)
Author: Kenneth W. Estes
Lt. Col. USMC

I purchased it "way back" when I was trying to figure out how to read. It's in like new (i.e. unread) condition.

First "I'll take it" and a PM with a mailing address gets it.
Fixed it for ya.:p
 

Hillclimb

Raider
Verified SOF
Joined
Oct 7, 2011
Messages
407
Location
N. Carolina
Anyone have ScubaPro Jet fins laying around that they aren't using? Size XXL/14?

Looking to buy, borrow/return/pay for shipping/whatever. If on loan, I can return them mid November.
 

x SF med

the Troll
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Jan 1, 2007
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Not far from the south of Canada, 'Murica!
Anyone have ScubaPro Jet fins laying around that they aren't using? Size XXL/14?

Looking to buy, borrow/return/pay for shipping/whatever. If on loan, I can return them mid November.
I'd send you my split paddle fins, but they move differently than the jet fins, plus they're mediums/larges, not battleship sized... I find them to be faster and more natural for finning too.
 

Florida173

SOF Support
Joined
Oct 14, 2008
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1,368
Location
NCR
Anyone have ScubaPro Jet fins laying around that they aren't using? Size XXL/14?

Looking to buy, borrow/return/pay for shipping/whatever. If on loan, I can return them mid November.
I might. Let me see if I can find them and see the sizing. Been almost 10 years since I've used them.
 

Hillclimb

Raider
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407
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N. Carolina
I find them to be faster and more natural for finning too.
Thanks x SF Med. I don't think splits are authorized anyways, I'd have to check the gear list again. I've only ever tried rockets, and wanted to see the difference in the jets.

Thanks for checking FL173. I'm not sure. I've only ever tried on XL and XXLs, and the XLs were a tight fit since I have not only big feet.. but big wide feet with a tailors bunion on the right :wall:

Thanks for checking though gents.
 

S0AP

Verified Sniper
Joined
Feb 23, 2012
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9
Location
USA
Thanks x SF Med. I don't think splits are authorized anyways, I'd have to check the gear list again. I've only ever tried rockets, and wanted to see the difference in the jets.

Thanks for checking FL173. I'm not sure. I've only ever tried on XL and XXLs, and the XLs were a tight fit since I have not only big feet.. but big wide feet with a tailors bunion on the right :wall:

Thanks for checking though gents.
The only difference in the jet fins versus rocket fins is when you go to Scuba. Rocket fins are luggish when conducting freestyle but great when you throw on a tank with gear. Jet fins are lighter and easier for freestyle timed swims but are not rigid when weighted.
 
Joined
Jun 20, 2015
Messages
346
Location
In the hell that is the North East :(
I have some parts I will never use.

1. RRA safety selector for an AR
2. BMC trigger guard for an AR
3. Spike's Tactical pistol grip for an AR
3. A few lower receiver lock plates for an AR
4. A Weaver scope mount for a Mossberg 500/590
5. Hammer & trigger pins for an AR
6. Trigger guard roll pins for an AR
7. Noveske short throw safety selector for an AR

When I get to the house I will update with more crap.
 
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