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Old 04-25-2003, 04:51 AM
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does anyone know of any retailers who have any of the ARF versions left? Im dying to get one but cant find one. Found one used online but the guy never emailed me back
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Old 04-25-2003, 11:01 AM
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no arfs of patriot. But the tomhawk from morris hobbies is available and comes with retracts i think. pretty similar. http://www.mvvs.com
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Old 04-25-2003, 01:54 PM
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thnaks for the heads up, yea I saw that alast week but looked at the price and turend away. I cant afford $369 at the moment. The Patriot is a mere 99 for the kit if I remember and 199 for the arf, not a bad deal if you can get lucky and find one..
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Yeah, I've got a Patriot ARF, NIB, and that Morris Tomhawk looks similar, but it's bigger than the Patriot.

I can't decide what to do with the Patriot, build it, keep it, sell it, or ignore it!

oh well,

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Phil, ignore it, that way when I need one, I'll come knocking on your door since I'm close by. In fact, if you need a place to put it out of sight and out of mind, I'll put it away for you and then we'll do some negotiating some day!
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I cant believe the price of this arf $369.00 ouch i think i'll pass too go fr the sig kougar or king kobra
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Roger that twister-$369 for the tomhawk sounds outrageous, especially from a company known for selling "budget ARFS".
I waited a long time for the tomhawk to arrive only to be
disappointed by it's looks and high price. Oh well, there's
better looking (and better priced)propjets elsewhere
and so that's where I'll be looking.

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