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Dr Pepper is a carbonated soft drink. It was created in the 1880s by pharmacist Charles Alderton in Waco, Texas and first served around 1885. Dr Pepper was first nationally marketed in the United States in 1904, and is now also sold in Europe, Asia, North and South America, and Australia, as well as New Zealand and South Africa as an imported good. Variants include Diet Dr Pepper and, beginning in the 2000s, a line of additional flavors.
cased, with ALL accessories, mint and apparently unused - that is to say, unfired. This was bought by my pal Ken at a local auction house in Bedford that specialises in older firearms. Take a look and see why it got us all of a quiver!!
Mahogany case - note the 'timed' screwheads.
According to investigators, officers not only sold and traded the challenge coins, they also had patches and t-shirts...
So I got 10 Remington 20 gauge shotgun shells. 2 3/4" loaded with #6 rabbit/squirrel shot. TRADE ONLY for 1 bottle of DR Pepper. 16.9 ounce or something near that. FTF, not willing to travel and the soda doesn't even have to be cold.
Spring will be here soon and that means a sharp tick upwards in the number of unsavory characters wandering around.
Perhaps you have been thinking about pickup some pepper spray for yourself, or some for your wife or daughters, mom, co-worker, whomever. The question to ask is if they will...
Very interesting. I have an identical set, except the bases are round. They were given to my Mother in the early 40,s. If I recall they were marked on the bottom of the case, LC 37.
(Just information. Mine are not for sale.)
I thought it would be a good less than lethal tool, and it is effective from the videos I've seen. Only thing they say is not to keep a punctured cartridge in the gun as it will leak. The gun will fire and puncture the cartridge when the trigger is pulled so it seems like that's not a big deal...
Like new, never carried or used, ASP Key Defender Pepper Spray. Inert practice cartridge included at no extra cost.
Current pepper spray insert expires July 2022.
Willing to sell for $25 or trade for 100 rounds of 9mm "target" ammunition.
Quickest response via text/call 425-263-0468...
Every so often, on "Live PD" and other L.E. shows, I see L.E. having to pepper spray a dirt bag while in confined quarters.
In these instances, oftentimes L.E. also suffer the effects of the pepper spray.
After the subject is cuffed and stuffed, you see the cops coughing, hacking and in...
10/06/19 Update - The price for just the full new launcher kit has been lowered to $110.00
08/09/19 Update - The extra container of 375 inert practice balls is no longer available. The price for just the launcher has been lowered to $125.00
For sale is a brand new LifeLite kit that also comes...