Clearing House

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cobralex297
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Clearing House

Post by cobralex297 » Tue Jul 08, 2008 12:02 am

This speaks nothing of my commitment to the site or team here, but I need to clear out my inventory with the intent of using cash to purchase various auto parts. Starting with a car.

All must go, make offers on everything. The more you buy, the more I'll consider bulk discounts.
Mint with (not unopened, has been used but is mint) box Mk2 Cps 2000 will go to first offer of 175.

Specifically, here's what I got:

Super Soakers:

Max-D 2000
Max-D 3000 (x2)
Max-D 4000
Max-D 5000 (x3)
Max-D 6000 (x3)

Subtotal: 10

CPS 1-3-5
CPS 1000
CPS 1200
CPS 1500
CPS 2000 (x2) One MINT with box.
CPS 2100
CPS 2500 (x2) One MINT
CPS 2700
CPS 3200
CPS 4100
Monster X
Monster XL (x2)
SC 400 (x2) One NIB w/QFD
SC 500
SC Big Trouble (x3) One NIB one New W/Box, one works as new but not cosmetically new.
SC Power Pak
SC Triple Charge NIB

Subtotal: 20

XP 110 (x2) One NIB, one Mint W.Box
XP 20 (x3) NIB
XP 215
XP 220 (x2)
XP 240
XP 270 (x3)
XP 310
XP 70
XP 75
XP 90 (x2)
XXP 275
XP Backfire
XP Pool Pumper Cannon

Subtotal: 21

SS 10
SS 100
SS 300 W/Box
Power Soaker Mini Cannon
Power Soaker Pumper II
Super Soaker Man NIB
Super Soaker Pen NIB
Super Soaker XTC (x19) NIB

Subtotal: 28

STE: Liquidator NIB with Xp215
STE: Arctic Shock
STE: Flash Flood NIB
Max Infusion: Overload w/backpack
Max Infusion: Hydroblitz
Max Infusion: Arctic Blast NIB
EES Turbine

Subtotal: 8

ZX1000 Yellow Jacket (x2)
Speedloader 1000
Speedloader: Double Cross 3000

Subtotal: 5

Total: 92

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Re: Clearing House

Post by Fox » Tue Jul 08, 2008 6:34 am

After seeing this, I'd like to know where the XP 70 I bought off you has gone. It's been nearly 5 months since I paid you and I haven't heard anything from you since. If for whatever reason you don't want to sell it to me, I'd be happy to just settle for a refund. My PM's seem to go unnoticed so I hope this will at least get a response.

EDIT: Whoops, just realized that this is my first post with the new account. I'm sbell25 on the other forums (and this one).

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Re: Clearing House

Post by SSCBen » Tue Jul 08, 2008 7:43 am

There seem to be a lot of people looking for CPS blasters at SSC so it might be worthwhile to post this there.

I don't have any money to spend at the moment but once people take their pick I think I'll look through the rest. Others "need" these guns more than me after all. I'd like to buy at least one or two items from you, and given that you have a lot I'm sure some good things are leftover.

Do you have any broken water guns you'd be willing to part with? I'm rather adept at repairing most problems so I look for broken ones to get a better price.

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Re: Clearing House

Post by cobralex297 » Tue Jul 08, 2008 8:54 am

I just junked four broken SS50s, that's rather unfortunate. I assumed there was no market.
I have a broken SS 200 that I could part with. The mechanisms are working and it's not totaled, but there is some spillage during attempts to use it and it needs a little work.
Besides that I usually try to junk my broken guns

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Re: Clearing House

Post by SSCBen » Tue Jul 08, 2008 9:07 am

There's no reason to junk broken water guns. Some people like me would want them because they can repair them. Even if they're broken beyond repair there certainly are some perfectly fine parts in the gun that are worth keeping. Keeping the working parts is a good idea at the very least if you want to eliminate water guns.

Could you describe the problem with the SS 200? Is it just leaking? If so, from where?

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Re: Clearing House

Post by cobralex297 » Tue Jul 08, 2008 9:24 am

I kept the tanks on the SS50s

The 200 leaks from the body and from the tank connections. But if you pump it rapidly while loaded, and then squeeze the trigger, water comes out powerfully. It's just that the user gets wet as well, and that is something that bothers me enough to have only tested it the first time I used it.

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Re: Clearing House

Post by isoaker » Tue Jul 08, 2008 2:44 pm

Those are some serious soaker you've put up for sale. Good luck with selling, but hope you'll still have a few to call your own after it's all said and done! While I'm somewhat interested in a few, cash and space considerations tell me it's not a good option for me at the moment.

Soak on!

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Re: Clearing House

Post by Nick » Tue Jul 08, 2008 3:50 pm

Still got the CPS2000? I need one. I need it for university. I WILL rule the roost when it comes to water fights. If you have it, PM me. I want it.

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Re: Clearing House

Post by Nick » Tue Jul 08, 2008 3:50 pm

Also interested in CPS3200.....is the connection from hose to gun a little more sturdy than on the 3000?

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Re: Clearing House

Post by DX » Tue Jul 08, 2008 9:28 pm

Hey Cobralex, did you ever get around to sending those 3 guns from a while back [2000 x2 and XP 75]? I actually hope that you didn't cause I no longer live in Ridgewood NJ...PM for my new address...
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Re: Clearing House

Post by XP270 » Mon Jul 14, 2008 12:54 pm

Interested in XP 75 and SS 10. I'll pay fast. PM me.
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Re: Clearing House

Post by zuloon » Sun Jul 20, 2008 11:36 pm

It sounds like this guy has a bad shipping record....

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Re: Clearing House

Post by cdlefty5 » Thu Sep 25, 2008 11:54 am

do you have a cps 2000, 2500, or 3000 left? I'll take either one of those...

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Re: Clearing House

Post by Cain » Thu Sep 25, 2008 10:16 pm

What exactly is left? I'm definitely interested.

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Re: Clearing House

Post by Fox » Thu Oct 02, 2008 3:55 am

I would like to point out that I still haven't heard from Cobralex since I originally replied to this thread 3 months ago. I also still haven't seen the XP 70 I paid for over 7 months ago. I've pretty much given up hope on this one, as numerous emails and PM's have gotten me nowhere. I would like to know if this has happened to anyone else. At the very least, I hope this and perhaps other people's messages can serve as a warning to others. I simply can't understand why he would steal from me, and I am extremely disappointed.

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Re: Clearing House

Post by Rover » Thu Oct 02, 2008 6:43 pm

I'm sorry to hear that Fox. For what its worth, I've pm'ed Cobralex on both SSC and Isoaker.net and after one reply I've not heard from him again. I'm sure he has a busy life, so I don't hold it against him. But taking someone's money and not even sending any updates as to when you plan on giving them what they paid for? Thats pretty poor.

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