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***SOLD-SKEET AND TRAP SHOOTING VHS TAPES-SOLD***

Discussion in 'For Sale- Members only' started by Raybren, Aug 7, 2011.

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    1. TWO SKEET SHOOTING VHS INSTRUCTIONAL VIDEOS WITH KEN ROBERTSON AND WAYNE MAYES. VERY GOOD CONDITION, REDUCED TO $50 SHIPPED WITHIN LOWER 48.
    2. TWO TRAP SHOOTING VHS INSTRUCTIONAL VIDEOS WITH KEN ROBERTSON AND KAYE OHYE. VERY GOOD CONDITION, $50 SHIPPED WITHIN LOWER 48.
    3. ALL FOUR FOR $90 SHIPPED WITHIN LOWER 48.
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    If you had those in Beta they would have sold by now. People would need to go to the Smithsonian to watch them. VHS died along with cassette tapes.
     
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    Guess I'm too old. Still have 3 vhs players !!
     
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    Just Googled Beta Max, it was invented by Sony in 1975 and is now obsolete. VHS was invented a little later and is still in use today!!
     
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