Posted on: March 31, 2013
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In a city that prides itself on parades and pageantry, the guys find a buyer for their party projectile system.
Allen & Ton head to a local watering hole in an attempt to learn about their music machine and make a deal.
Allen & Ton get to work unpacking a unit they bought in the Big Easy. One particular object, which Allen thought was an accordion, turns out to be so much more.
A new adversary appears at an auction that seems to have an endless supply of cash. When a unit rife with antiques comes on the block, will the guys be able to outbid the competition?
Allen & Ton take their newly-acquired shotgun out to hopefully sell to a friend. Before any deal can be sealed with firearms, it needs to be tested.
Ton has one more activity planned for his partner after the guys sell their ancient camel saddle.
Ton & Allen head out to meet with legendary graffiti artist Risk. They learn that they could possibly sell their large painting for a LOT of money. Can they make a deal?
Allen & Ton head out to the middle of the woods to learn about their newly acquired equipment, and hopefully sell them to an expert for profit.
The guys are back at it, and this time they've found antiquated hunting gear and a some recreational equipment.
This isn't your normal office shredder, this piece of equipment is industrial grade and powerful. Naturally, Ton had to put it to the test.