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Pards ,

 

I have a few interesting items for sale.

 

First one is this The Soldier's Manual of Common Tasks. Skill Level One. This 556 page 4inch by 6 inch books cover all of the material and training exercises from camouflage , maintaining and firing an M16, setting up claymore mines and setting up defensive positions etc. A great reference book for that ex-GI, survivalist or military enthusiast. $10.00 shipped

 

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Next up is a genuine Winchester Paper Shell box. This is the old two piece box. This one is marked "Winchester Repeater Paper Shot shells. Remember that before paper all shotshells were brass. Brass was fine in single or double barreled shotguns but in repeaters you lost a lot of expensive brass that you could reload, especially for hunting. This is the reason Winchester called these paper shells REPEATER for use in the 1893 and later 1897 pump shotguns. This would make a great display piece for that early Winchester Repeating Shotgun. Box is in very good condition wrapped in plastic for protection. Box is empty of course. $27.50 shipped.

 

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Old stiletto style lock blade knife. These were the knifes that were made in Japan in the 50's and early 60's that you could order for $1.99 plus .25 cents shipping. If you are a baby boomer I'm sure you will recognize this knife as seen in the pages of Outdoor Life, Sports Afield and the other must read magazines of our youth. $10.00 shipped.

SPF to Wolfgang

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Any Ohioans out there? I have a mess of old Ohio hunting licenses for sale. Maybe someone would like a certain year that they started hunting in or was born on, or just buy the whole collection. This is what I have;1948, 1949, 1950, 1951, 1952 (2), 1953 (2), 1954, 1955, 1956 (2), 1957, 1958, 1959, 1960, 1962, 1963, 1964, 1965, 1966, 1967, 1968, 1969. These are $6.50 each shipped or I'll sell them all for $3.00 each times the number I have left. SPF

 

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I have a vintage 1940 booklet from the NRA titled From Tyro to Master by Capt. R.C. Andrews. This booklet covers the shooting skills with a rifle and has some very interesting information with that pre war 20th century viewpoint. 31 pages and in very nice condition. $5.00 shipped.

 

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Old stiletto style lock blade knife. These were the knifes that were made in Japan in the 50's and early 60's that you could order for $1.99 plus .25 cents shipping. If you are a baby boomer I'm sure you will recognize this knife as seen in the pages of Outdoor Life, Sports Afield and the other must read magazines of our youth. $10.00 shipped.

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Give me yur address agin, . . . will get the $s off to ya on Monday when in town. :)

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