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    Default Gunmountsglass Website

    Hey, fellow glass enthusiasts!!! I'm back with some great news! Last month, I launched my website: www.gunmountsglass.com! We currently have three colors of pristine gunmounts available for sale in both pounds and quarter pounds, no more breaking open tv's just to get two broken / beat up pieces of color!!!! So head on over to the website and check it out! If you have any questions, please email me at Lamarsglass@gmail.com as I don't check my PMs on here very often. Thank you!!!
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    Default Re: Gunmountsglass Website

    i know these were used in the tube tvs, but what were they used for and why are they so desirable?

    sorry i just have never dug into these things before and am curious

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    variety is the spice of life...

    the link has a pretty quick rundown of what the "gunmounts" are.

    in my opinion they are less desirable due to the shape pared with the cost, they are counterproductive.

    borobars claim to be the exact same formula (i think...) as the old CRT glass.

    I looked into this quite extensively when people started trying to market the stuff for $100+per lbs...

    the color game has come a long way since the time of these being desirable imo.

    but like i said, variety is the spice of life, and some people may want them just for the sake of it.
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    Default Re: Gunmountsglass Website

    Quote Originally Posted by Mute View Post
    variety is the spice of life...

    the link has a pretty quick rundown of what the "gunmounts" are.

    in my opinion they are less desirable due to the shape pared with the cost, they are counterproductive.

    borobars claim to be the exact same formula (i think...) as the old CRT glass.

    I looked into this quite extensively when people started trying to market the stuff for $100+per lbs...

    the color game has come a long way since the time of these being desirable imo.

    but like i said, variety is the spice of life, and some people may want them just for the sake of it.
    thanks mute! makes sense to me

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