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***SOLD*** Strikemaster Lazer Hand Auger 7"

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This auger was used only a half a season, (20 holes at the most) still has stickers.

It has an adjustable handle and weighs 7lbs. Perfect for that early ice.

$50

Price is firm, I'll just keep it if I can't find a buyer.

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Since there is no price is it free for me? grin.gif

I'm interested. cjbechtold@yahoo.com

Good fishing,

Corey Bechtold

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Since there is no price is it free for me?
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I'm interested.

Good fishing,

Corey Bechtold


Can't you read, I said the price was FIRM grin.gifgrin.gif

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how much is the shipping to 55955

will take it if shipping is cheap enough

white80a@yahoo.com

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Sorry, no shipping this thing.

Sale pending.......

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50 bucks is a great deal! I might have to buy it if you still have it at the Cool Cats get together.

Good luck,

Corey Bechtold

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Well I've had offers, but nobody wants to step up and pull the trigger.

Either too far away or not motivated.

I probably won't be available this weekend.

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care to trade for an 8 " lazer ?

only cut 4 holes with it. Don

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care to trade for an 8 " lazer ?

only cut 4 holes with it. Don


I think I'm ok in the auger dept. Thanks anyways.

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Auger is still available. I'll be around all night tonight. Make a nice X-mas Gift wink.gif

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Could you put a power head on it. I currently have a Mag 2000 chipper and was maybe looking at something that'll but a little faster for holehopping.

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This appears to be sold, thanks

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