Going to buy one just curious if anyone has any good bad or indifferent feedback.
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They look really cool and I might be tempted to buy one. Problem is that the advertising promises modularity and different tools, part combinations etc, however, a search did not reveal a website of their own. So, I couldn't figure out how to get a decent idea of what all they offer? Just random sellers who carry limited buckles of theirs...where do you buy accessories and what are they?
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These are a guitar player's worst nightmare!
The point escapes me entirely.
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The point is just because. My wife doesn’t think I need as many guns as I have, but I do. I’m was just curious if anyone had any experience with them. The money seems steep I just wonder if it’s worth it. They have a Facebook page that I follow and some other accessories I’m interested in.
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