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clay targets

Discussion in 'For Sale- Members only' started by frodo, Dec 1, 2012.

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  1. frodo

    frodo TS Member

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    hello guys, I have some remington clay targets
    there old, yellow and black.. i have no clue as to what there worth
    i posted them yesterday. what i really need from ya'll is to tell me what there worth. wife is on my a$$ to get them out and gone
    i dont shoot skeet. so they are of no use to me.
    i saw on ebay where they were selling for 50 bucks for 10
    i think thats reDQ less.. but..ya never know
    take a look at the thread i posted yesterday, it has pics
    and holler at me. thanks frodo

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  2. Butterfingers

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    As far as I know, the targets are still made in Ada Ok.
     
  3. huntinandhotrods

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    Let me know if you can sell 10 of them for $50. I got a few cases that I will split the profit with you! Lol
     
  4. Target13

    Target13 Active Member

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    Take a look at the newspapers that the Remington Targets are wrapped in - this will give you an approximate date when they were produced. When I visited Ecuador a few years back, I found 2 cases of these in a shop that were wrapped in newspaper dated June, 1942!!!

    Remington no longer produces clay targets - got out of the target business about four years ago.

    Phil Murray
    White Flyer Targets
     
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