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MX Type 4 Iron only, new blue...$595 delivered

Discussion in 'For Sale- Members only' started by JACK, Oct 4, 2011.

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  1. JACK

    JACK Well-Known Member Supporting Vendor

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    Just reblued by the Gun Doctor. Type 4 iron latch and bolts. Super deep blue. Jack @ 715-262-8556, cell 715-441-9817, email or PM
     
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    Now that's a good buy for somebody!! That won't last long, Jack......... Dan
     
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    Gotta figure out the picture deal. I know what is happening, and I guess I have to get against my grey board b/g. Oh well. It is as new.
     
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    Jack, it's out of focus because your AF camera was focused on the back ground, and your back ground is far away from the object.

    When you use your display board, the back ground is only 1" behind the object, so even it's focused on the board, your object is still clear.
     
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    Seve. I know that. I'll jsut have to use the grey board as b/g.
     
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    Figure you knew that, but you did it anyway. :)

    back to the topic, it's a great price. I sold one of the three extras I have for $725.
     
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