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Shooting Vest for sporting clays/trap and skeet, etc.

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I have a brand new Three Forks Edition shooting vest from Gander Mountain for sale. Very high quality vest. Size is 2XL. It has the leather upper portions with mesh on the back and sides, and large shell pockets in the front. Tag is still on it (originally $139.99), never been worn. - $70 - Picture available, email or call if any questions, thanks. 952-857-1948 nzwagerman@comcast.net PRICE REDUCED-- $50

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New price-$50

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Someone out there needs a vest-- $40

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can you shoot some pics my way?

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SOLD, thanks for the replies.

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