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Borch

Strike Master Lazer Mag Xpress 8" with extension. ***SOLD***

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I have a a Strike Master 8" Lazer Mag Express with a 12" extention that I bought new March 2006. The auger has drilled less than 100 holes. Just barely broke in.

The auger new would cost you $370 and the extension and additional $20 for a total of $390. Save yourself $70 plus tax and pick it up now for $320,(down from $335).

Email me at jeffonthewater at aol.com

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Price reduced.

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What is the price now? $320?

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It was $335 earlier.

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why are you selling it?

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Last spring I was going to buy a Nils Master but was unable to get one before a scheduled fishing trip. So I picked up the Strike Master to finish out the season. It's a great auger! But I have my heart set on a Nils, so I'm selling it for that reason.

The Strike Master is fast, light and a reliable auger. The Nils is just a little bit lighter and faster. For my run and gun approach that's important to me.

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do you still have it? where are you located? are the blades still plenty sharp?I'm assuming it is in perfect shape?

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Yes I still have it and it's in like new condition.

I'm located in St. Cloud but I work in Milaca and would be willing to meet up as long as it's not too far.

Shoot me an email at jeffonthewater@aol.com

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We should have walkable ice within the next two weeks with the weather reports I'm hearing. Nice auger and with a 12" extension too. laugh.gif

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what is the price going on it now

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First $300 gets it.

You can't beat that deal with a stick, wink.gif

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That's a fantastic price!!!!

Borch, you're gonna love that Nils smile.gif

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If I was looking for a auger and didnt already have a Nilsmaster I would jump all over this. Thats a great price on a not even broken in auger. Someone will jump on Borch.

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Is auger still available?

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***Auger is sold pending funds.***

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