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F/S Excellent polished reclaimed shot in Colorado

Discussion in 'For Sale- Members only' started by wlk, Jul 6, 2011.

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  1. wlk

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    Bought some at the Michigan State Shoot, good stuff

    Wayne
     
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    you have a email for a order for me Thx James
     
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    Terry, do you ever get to the east coast states with your reclaimed shot? If so, where and when? Tom
     
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    Terry, I understand the cost of transportation adds to the price of the shot. By the way, your reclaimed shot is the best I have ever seen. I can see why you have no trouble selling your R.C. shot. Tom
     
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    This might be a silly question, but how do you polish the reclaimed shot? I've bought reclaimed but it doesn't look anywhere near your pix here. Is the polishing process something I can do on a small scale or is it some industrial concrete mixer sized contraption with a secret sauce recipe for polishing?

    just curious if this is a final step I could do myself and how.

    thanks.
     
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