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The Selecter are a 2 Tone ska revival band from Coventry, England, formed in mid-1979.
The Selecter featured a diverse line-up, both in terms of race and gender, initially consisting of Arthur 'Gaps' Hendrickson and Pauline Black on lead vocals, Neol Davies and Compton Amanor on guitar, Desmond Brown on Hammond organ, Charley 'H' Bembridge on drums, and Charley Anderson on bass. The band's name is based on the term "selector", which is a Jamaican word for disc jockey. The band were one of the most successful ska bands of the 2 Tone era, notching up several top forty singles in the British charts. Having co-released the first 2 Tone Ska single with The Specials, they are considered one of the founding acts of the movement. Though highly influential, the original lineup only remained together for a year, and even with replacement players the band only continued until breaking up in 1981.
The Selecter reformed in 1991 and vocalist Black continued to perform and release music under The Selecter name until 2006. By 2011, another version of the band featuring Neol Davies was touring separately. In June 2011 Black applied for, and won, The Selecter trademark and the right to use the name herself. The reformed, Pauline Black-led lineup still tours and releases albums under The Selecter name, most recently releasing Daylight, the band's 15th studio album, in 2017.
This Kimber Model 84 Classic in 308 has never been fired, tag still in the trigger guard. 12:1 twist rate in 22” barrel with match grade chamber. Grade A French walnut stock. Adjustable trigger, 3.5-4 lb from the factory. Overall length is 41.25” and weighs about 5.5 pounds. Factory scope rings.
Hey there! I’ve got 500rds of SuperVel 9mm up for grabs. I could sell it, but I’d rather make a trade for some 223/5.56 and/or 7mm Rem Mag. Let me know what you’ve got if you are interested in trading. For .223/556 I’m interested in both training ammo and some higher end defense stuff.
Oh my gosh! What a whiskey!! Picked a bottle up today and am having a wee taste (neat) right this moment. Dickel selects only 10 barrels a year for this bottling. The barrels are aged 10-12 years. It's quite possibly, no , it is the best whiskey that I've ever had. Smooth, rich, just the right...
Got a PTR 9CT. Takes all MP5 parts. Great gun, but, The safety selector is total trash, and is actually pretty unsafe. Need 8" thumbs to be useful shouldered, which will lead most people to run around with it on fire and potentially shoot something before they can identify it. Horrible...
From all of the research I've done, this particular Herters is another branded ammunition made by the Tula factory similar to Wolf, etc. I've shot this before without issue out of a couple of my ARs, I just don't use it anymore.
Selling for $140/500 round case. Slightly more ($15/case) than...
Flat face trigger
Great condition, I never had time to shoot this one much. Maybe 200 rounds fired. I have my eye on another suppressor, so this one can go to a better home.
I’d prefer to sell, but I would accept a...