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P/W New Aluminum Bases - Couple Left - Picture

Discussion in 'For Sale- Members only' started by whiz white, Feb 19, 2010.

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  1. whiz white

    whiz white Strong Supporter of Trapshooting Banned

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    I still have a couple of the new P/W aluminum EZ-Fill bases left. These have the bushing access holes and plugs (hard to see in my poor photo).

    They are $68.28 delivered to your door in the lower 48 states.


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    Whiz, I dont need one but want the thread to go on. You sure help all of us when we need you!
    Thanks!!
     
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    Thanks, Jim.

    Hoever, you have yourselves to thank for this item, because had it not been for my customers and folks on TS.COM, I doubt the factory would have gone ahead and had these made.

    They initially wanted to sell me the bases and I would make the rest. Unfortunately, I did not have a mill, but was considering putting one it.

    Here at the shop, the "NMT Rule" was in enacted by my wife. Because I am 63, she says she does NOT want to have to deal with my "stuff" if I preced her in passing our of this life. Consequently, she printed up a large sign, she calls it the NMT Rule = "NO MORE TOOLS"! I let her think she has some control...

    Actually, I don't even have room for a mill, unless I dump one of my lathes.

    Take care, and again, "Thanks for the thanks."

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    TTT for Whiz
     
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