GUN MOUNT

GUN MOUNT

Postby Zengirl » Tue Aug 08, 2017 8:02 pm

Gun Mount not for sale anymore. I was told it will have an impact on the selling price of the boat should I ever want to do that. I tried to find a way to delete it, but couldn't. I don't know how to find a moderator to ask them to do it. Is this site hard to maneuver around or am I just not used to it yet?
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Re: GUN MOUNT

Postby JohnReinagel » Thu Aug 10, 2017 8:57 am

Hello Zengirl, is this a complete set up consisting of the mount, 18' pole with blocks, spinnaker and sock?
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Re: GUN MOUNT

Postby JohnReinagel » Tue Aug 15, 2017 10:57 am

Hello Zengirl, i'd love to speak to you about this.
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Re: GUN MOUNT

Postby Zengirl » Fri Aug 18, 2017 2:22 pm

JohnReinagel wrote:Hello Zengirl, is this a complete set up consisting of the mount, 18' pole with blocks, spinnaker and sock?


Not sure as I have never taken it apart. Sorry, it's not for sale anymore. I've been told it will affect the price of the boat should I ever decide to sell it.
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Re: GUN MOUNT

Postby Zengirl » Fri Aug 18, 2017 2:24 pm

JohnReinagel wrote:Hello Zengirl, i'd love to speak to you about this.


Sorry, I deleted the ad. I was told it would affect the selling price of the boat should I ever decide to do that.
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Re: GUN MOUNT

Postby yarrow » Wed Aug 23, 2017 11:13 pm

I have a Gunmount pole for a F25 for sale
82' F25 winged spar, inboard diesel
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providence RI
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Re: GUN MOUNT

Postby BAADS » Fri Feb 02, 2018 12:19 pm

Hi, I'm John, bosun with the Bay Area Association for Disabled SAilors (BAADS). We just got a Freedom 21 donated to us. We are looking for a gun mount and spinnaker pole. We have everything else. Anyone know where we can get one? Or does anyone have specs so we can get it all made? Thanks!

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Re: GUN MOUNT

Postby mike cunningham » Fri Feb 02, 2018 10:34 pm

BAADS wrote:Hi, I'm John, bosun with the Bay Area Association for Disabled SAilors (BAADS). We just got a Freedom 21 donated to us. We are looking for a gun mount and spinnaker pole. We have everything else. Anyone know where we can get one? Or does anyone have specs so we can get it all made? Thanks!

John Wallace
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John, I have an F30 in the bay area She has a gun mount. The mount is off the boat so I could let you have a detailed look at it and associated pole. I have a pretty good rigging guide as well. Give me a call at - five zero five four five zero one seven one six - and we can discuss how to arrange for you to inspect the parts. You could easily downsize for the 21.
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Re: GUN MOUNT

Postby gamayun » Sat Feb 03, 2018 12:53 pm

Awesome! Was this the F21 that was at Brisbane? Isn't this the second F21 that your group has? I recall racing against one when I did the SBYC Friday Night series a couple of years ago. It would be amazing if you got enough of a fleet to make your own start division on the bay. Can you use any old Raymarine equipment I've taken off my F38? It was still working when I rpelaced it. Just let me know.
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Re: GUN MOUNT

Postby BAADS » Fri Feb 16, 2018 12:07 pm

Hi guys, thanks for your replies. Mike I'm definitely interested! I will call you this coming week.

We have a Freedom 20 at BAADS, it is very similar but heavier and has more cockpit room, and was specially designed for adaptive sailing.

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