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OTFS: 2 LH Wilson A2000 Baseball Gloves BN

Discussion in 'For Sale- Members only' started by FIB, Aug 1, 2013.

  1. FIB

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    Guys, I know this is way off topic but I have two Left Handed Wilson A2000 baseball gloves. They are both brand new. One is black and the other natural. These gloves were made in Japan and sold for $ 200.00 and over. I bought three (don't ask why)and don't need the other two. I am interested in selling them for $ 100.00 each plus shipping. If interested email or pm me. Regards, FIB
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    Here is another picture showing the inside. The dark spot on the inside of the natural glove is how they come from Japan. My understanding is that it's some type of oil/glove conditioner.
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    I will add that these are professional quality gloves. If you watch ballgames on TV you will see the A2000 is the preferred glove of many pro's. It is my understanding that Wilson is now making these in Malaysia instead of Japan and the quality isn't as good. These gloves were made in Japan for many years and IMO better than the new ones.
     
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    No LH ball players out there?
     
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    Can you please post this on a different thread. THis is Trapshooters. Thanks
     
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    Ryanthelion46, others trapshooter's like myself sell other sporting items on this site such as fishing gear, watches, etc... If you don't like it don't read it. My post is clear as to what I'm selling. If the moderators have a problem with it please tell me. Regards, FIB.
     
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    Ebay? Craiglist? Or please post to another thread. This is a shooting website, not pawnstars.
     
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    Ryanthelion46, until a moderator informs me that I can't sell these here I will leave it here. This is the first time I tried to sell these. I've been a member of Trapshooters for years. I am trying to give another trapshooter a deal. I'd prefer to deal with other shooters than the ebay crowd. If I am wrong can someone please let me know? Regards, FIB.
     
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    Rey, thank you for your post. I was about to remove them as I didn't want to cause a problem. Regards, FIB.
     
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    I wish they were for a right hander. Bump for a great glove and a steal.

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    I say post whatever you want. WTF
     
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    Thanks gsw7880 and cubanciger2000, I very much appreciate it. Best wishes, FIB
     
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    I am a college prep baseball coach and these are nice gloves. Like the poster said, many pros as well as college and high school players use them. I would recommend telling what the size of the glove is so people who care knows if they are outfields gloves, etc... Should have length of glove printed somewhere, ie.. 12 inch, 13, etc... Good gloves, great price.

    And I personally like to see non shooting related items for sale. Thanks
     
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    Thanks kcbullets for the reply. The black glove is an A2002XLC which I believe is a 12.5 inch and the tan glove is an A2002L which I think is 11.75 inch. Regards, FIB
     
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    You clearly stated what you were selling and posted it in the correct section to boot. This Ryan character has only been here since Feb of this year and fails to see he is opening the door for his own exit. We have seen many of his kind come and go and he's making the decision easier every day.
     
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