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Flat Water Bob

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About Flat Water Bob

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  • Birthday 04/24/1948

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    Circle R and Paradise Pass (Indiana)

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    Muncie, Indiana via Lincoln, Nebraska...
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    CAS, Barbershop Quartets, F&AM

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  1. Just looking for your input on why my items are not selling. I have advertised two Lee Pro 1,000 shell plate carriers (45acp and 38 spl) for several weeks. I am now down to $40 each AND STILL NO BUYERS. I think the price is good. The items are certainly viable in terms of caliber. Where the heck am I going wrong? Have at it, pards. I'm not easily offended.
  2. Life happens and things change. This sharp western shirt was never worn. It is primarily tan in color. The designs/print is black, rust, and green. The size is L. I am selling for $20 plus shipping. See pictures of front and back below. I sold a somewhat heaver shirt several days ago and it shipped from Indiana to Kansas in a priority mailing carton for a little over $10. Please, check or money order. I do not have a Paypal account. Feel free to email me at rfey@bsu.edu Thanks.
  3. I have two Lee Pro 1000 carriers for sale. One is for 45 acp. The other is 38 spl. The price is $30 each, plus shipping. IF YOU PURCHASE BOTH - I will sell for $50, plus shipping. The 38 spl. was used VERY little. The 45acp probably 500 rounds. Both in the box. OR WILL TRADE BOTH for a gently used set of Lee carbide dies for 9mm. While you should respond here - please also respond to me also via email at rfey@bsu.edu because I will see that first. Thanks. Check or money order only. No Paypal One is depicted below.
  4. Just letting you know...snail mail not yet arrived.

    1. Gambler Rob

      Gambler Rob

      Yes I see that.  The tracking number shows expected delivery March 1. The way the mail has been, who knows?  I'll kept on eye on it. Thanks.....


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