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Bargain Augers

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Just thought I'd give you guys a heads up...Gander Mountain has the Strikemaster Lazer Mag Express 8" for $299. They are originally $385. Just got mine yesterday and it looked like they had a few left.

-Chris

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Wish I would have known that last week. I just bought the same from L&M for $349 Have you had a chance to try it out yet?

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Just got a 9" Jiffy STX Stealth for $349 which was about a hondo less than many other places I checked. This was at the GM in Forest Lake. A bunch of the equipment they had was from the Reed's in Brainerd stock once they were bought out. Thanks for the heads up.

Nate

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Haven't tried it out yet, but I will tonight. Was gonna last night but there wasn't room in the back of my buddy's truck. He has the same auger - couple years old - and I love it.

I went down to Marine General and they wouldn't go below $360 for the 10" of the same auger so I went to Gander and picked this one up. Can't beat the price anywhere...trust me, I looked.

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