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Old 04-11-2009, 06:09 PM
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Default Bill Fleming's wife has Cancer

Kat Fleming the wife of Bill Fleming the designer of the HK51K's that were used in Marked for Death. has auctioned off one of the two HK51K's that were used in the film.

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Secondary, to whoever decides to do "Marked for Death" we have one firearm already ID'ed.
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Old 04-11-2009, 11:33 PM
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Kat Fleming the wife of Bill Fleming the designer of the HK51K's that were used in Marked for Death. has auctioned off one of the two HK51K's that were used in the film.

You can all read more Here



Secondary, to whoever decides to do "Marked for Death" we have one firearm already ID'ed.
Does this belong on the IMFDB section? It belongs on the Guns & movies section, I think.
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Old 04-12-2009, 05:38 PM
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Well I was eventually going to write up some Steven Segal films when I get ahold a copy of his older films(not his current direct to DVD Crap). So this film goes to the top of my to find the DVD and do list. I've had some sucky things happen to me and mine in my life and while I don't know Bill Flemming as a person I can empithize with his situation.

I've probably messed up in posting this thread in this section. But as far as I can tell the only person who can move it is bunni.
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Old 04-12-2009, 08:36 PM
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I have a really terrible AVI rip of "Marked for Death". I would rather somebody with the DVD did it.

It's a shame about his wife, too. I'm really surprised they have no health insurance (maybe I don't know enough about the economics of the business, but Fleming used to be pretty much THE biggest Class III manufacturer for H&K weapons in the U.S.)
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