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*** WTB Post 4 Shooting Lenses ***

Discussion in 'Want to Buy/Trade Threads' started by JimBailey, Feb 8, 2011.

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  1. JimBailey

    JimBailey Member

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    Hello from Denver,

    I just recently had cataract surgery and I do not need any prescription lenses
    any longer. I have been using Post 4 Titanium frames and lenses for the past 12
    years or so and like them very much.

    My question to my fellow trapshooters out there is this. Does anyone have any non-prescription lenses that are laying about that are in excellent shape that they would like to sell?

    PM me with details, i.e, colors, condition, and asking price.

    Jim Bailey
     
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    Jim,
    I know that I have a pair of light pink -light purple lenses, and a dark bronze tinted pair, and a dark target orange set at least. I will check tonight when I get home and see what shades I have. I have four sets of lenses that I do not use. I am going to the gun club tonight, but will do my best to remember what I have and send to you tomorrow.
    Jim Bradbury
     
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