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    Dropped My PV :'(

    so I dropped my pv last night while drunk.. it has a scratch on the switch and on my Kayfun lite.. whats the best way to fix? or do I just live with it ?

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    Glen

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    what mod was it? kayfun lite is an easy polish

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    Gp Paps 2.1.. its not really a deep scratch just a bit pitted? dropped it on concrete

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    Lucky the KFL is so solid :P you could use a buffer on it, that'd probably look cool.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Glen View Post
    Gp Paps 2.1.. its not really a deep scratch just a bit pitted? dropped it on concrete
    Really its scratched already

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    Quote Originally Posted by T7x View Post
    Lucky the KFL is so solid :P you could use a buffer on it, that'd probably look cool.
    kayfun isnt as solid as u think. Plastic parts the worst. Other parts might still survive, even though it may still work, but u will find leaks.

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    Quote Originally Posted by conner83 View Post
    Really its scratched already
    its on the lockin ring, not noticeable but i know its there, its tiny.. but still annoying

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    Battlescar. Put it down to experience and wear it with pride!
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    Quote Originally Posted by urecia View Post
    kayfun isnt as solid as u think. Plastic parts the worst. Other parts might still survive, even though it may still work, but u will find leaks.
    I don't even use the clear tank ever, I don't really get it why people like them... but then again I really like having a completely stainless mod and atty...feels like a weapon.
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    A little tip . . . the soft microfiber sunglass pouches are an excellent way to protect your mods to a great extent. I have my mod in one all the time. No problems firing in with it on, keeps the mod nice and shiney (never need to polish anything), give a good degree of protection if you drop it and will soak up any unexpected leaks. Oh, and they cost pennies.
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