Outer Banks Bomb Scare

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Re: Outer Banks Bomb Scare

Postby cheechgang » Wed 2011-09-28, 07:41:20

There is only one true Moops container, accept no substitutes. As we no longer have a steady source for them they are now collector's items.

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Re: Outer Banks Bomb Scare

Postby GrizzFlyer » Wed 2011-09-28, 16:53:32

There are several different types, depends on who the bearing supplier was at the moment I suppose. I've seen the dimpled ones, the rounds ones, six-sided ones, in different colors. What they all have in common is that they are of a heavier plastic material like Jason said, and they came from The Moops. I got a couple from him about a year or less ago, and these were round and both halves screwed together. Good containers.
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Re: Outer Banks Bomb Scare

Postby Handyman-N-Fam » Wed 2011-09-28, 17:54:03

Since this thread is no longer about bombs...

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If an authentic Moops Container is like the one on the left, I have about a half dozen of them out in the garage. TMA gave them to me along with the knock off Moops containers before the bash. One is hidden in Fremont Indiana if you wanna find a new one out in the wild. It is so hard to find spots to hide containers that big nowadays.
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Re: Outer Banks Bomb Scare

Postby GoodDog » Wed 2011-09-28, 20:59:40

:blowup:

topic drift.


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