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Eric Krewson
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Buy them all and make your friends happy.

I have been searching through my stuff for things to donate and just about run out to possibilities.

I decided to go to my shop and knock out a half dozen tillering gizmos to offer as a lot.

Take them to Mo-Jam,take them to Twin Oaks, hand them out and make new friends.

These are unfinished red cedar, a couple of coats of Truoil and they would be really sharp.

I pay shipping.

Note: I should clarify; I pay shipping in the CONUS only.

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[ May 28, 2017, 09:36 PM: Message edited by: Terry Green ]

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Paul/KS
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20$
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Walt Francis
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We have the First Montana Selfbow Jamboree at the end of this month, these would help keep me from having to build some more.

$30

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Paul/KS
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36$
Mojam has "seniority"... [Wink]
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Walt Francis
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We have to start the tradition somewhere...$42

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bluegill
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How bout a hunnert?

$100.00

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Walt Francis
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Wow! You got me :scared....for awhile.

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Eric Krewson
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Check it out, I got a new branding iron today to make my Gizmos more professional looking.

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Walt Francis
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It's been awhile....$110

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Walt Francis

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gregg dudley
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quote:
Originally posted by Walt Francis:
It's been awhile....$110

Thanks for the donation and the bid!

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Walt Francis
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Payment Received.

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Walt Francis

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