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fishmon

like new strikemaster 8" trade for ?

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Last year I bought a new lazer mag auger, went on a trip up north with my brand new auger and a gear in the case failed. I went to the local bait shop and bought a new one to salvage the trip. Stopped by Srikemaster on the way home and after 15 minutes they fixed it, now I have two like new Strikemaster lazer mag 8" augers and only need one. I am looking for a 40 to 50# right hand bow, of equal value to trade, also might consider small jon boat, guns, outboards or ?????

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I've got a bow/accessorys you might be interested in

Probably about a $350 value, it's a Jennings Buckmaster Bow

31" Draw

70 lbs draw (Max)

9 Carbon Arrows

4 Broadheads

Quiver

Hard sided case

Release

&

API portable stand

If your interested email me at nick_domeier77@hotmail.com

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I've got a right handed Matthews Q32, 28" 60 lbs max. Drop away rest, two sites, two quivers, a couple handfull of arrows, hard side case.

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Interested in a Remington Model 710 .30-06 (bolt action) with 3x9 Bushnell, gray composite stock and parkerized barrel? Bought new in the box, shot two years with three dead deer to its credit, not even two boxes of shells through it. Very accurate, scope zeroed for 200 yards, great condition, weatherproof see-through scope caps, case, strap and box of 165-grain Winchester shells included.

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My first choice would still be a bow, thought i'd post some pics of the auger, if you notice the level gas in the tank that is still what is left from the first fill up.

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I'm still on the hunt for a new bow. Hope you still may be interested in mine before you make another deal...

I'd love to have that auger.

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I have a High country bow right hand 64# 29" draw. Has sights arrows ect. hard case. very little use about 9yrs old. have not used it since 2002. Leaving town in a couple of days for a week. If interested call me at 952-933-2767.

Dan

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Well I stopped in the bow shop last night and was very impressed with the new bows out there, I left with a large empty space in my wallet so a bow is no longer needed if any wants the auger make me an offer.

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Good for you fishmon, you won't be sorry with that decision. Doesn't get me that auger though, does it? frown

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DonBo,

I won't actively try to sell it now till fall,just wanted the bow early to practice up, make me an offer not having to advertise or go the e site route is worth alot.

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How about a Ruger .22 Mark II Stainless Steel handgun?

Oh yea, my new bow will be here any day. grin

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Thanks fishmon, it was nice meeting you. I already "summarized" it and stored it away. Hope you and the kids have fun with the LX-5.

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