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Strikemaster Lazer Mag Auger- $200 _SOLD

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Strikemaster Lazer Mag, 2 hp gas auger, 8 inch. A friend of mine gave this to me due to his retiring from ice fishing (what!). I have an auger all ready. This is approximately 5-6 years old, well maintained, and in good shape. I don't mind emailing some photos if you are seriously interested. I live in Medina, MN just on the Plymouth border. $200.

I have some other ice fishing items you could browse through if you buy this, when you come to pick up you can check the things out.

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Hi Leechlake,

I'm very interested; you can shoot me an email at: benbnewton@hotmail.com

Ben

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I'm very interested also.

email pics to ahamilton@mn.rr.com

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I would be interested. I work til 9pm the next two days. I could look at it on Friday though. Please send a pic to joeregal78@msn.com

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jriley, the "adminstrator" at your company would not allow the auger photos through.

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i did not recieve the email either

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all photos are sent

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pic to tcvot (@) charter.net Thanks

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Please send Photos to jwhadrava@hotmail.com

Also when are you going to be up in the Benedict area I am very interested.

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I'll be in Benedict Saturday through Tuesday am

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If you would please send the pictures tonight or tomorrow so I can maybe contact you to bring the auger with this weekend if possible. Thanks.

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photos are sent and a few guys are coming Friday to check it out, we've got a pond in our backyard so we might be able to test on that.

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I was wondering if you sold the auger today or not. Also for some reason I did not receive the pictures to my email address. Try vexilarkid@hotmail.com and see if that works. If you did not sell the auger I would like to possibly set up a time with you or have you email a number you can be reached at to contact you tomorrow. Thanks

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it's sold, thanks

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