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Due to health & age I am selling all my gear. This is a revised list. OPEN TO OFFERS

SHOOTING: Bog Pod tripod with Extreme rest, 9-gun safe,150+ 12 gauge shells,

BLINDS: 4-pop-up ground blinds

TENTS: Cabelas Alaskan Guide Series-4-man & a 2 man back-pack tent, folding chairs

2-BOXES -Black Horn 209 powder, White-hot powder, 100 50 cal-bullets, primers, game bags, powder flask, elk calls, knife sharpeners etc. APPROX-$600 worth-open to offers

BOOTS: Kenetrek 800 gram 9 1/2, rubber boots, Sorrells, Danners--snake gators

CAMP COOKING GEAR: New propane 2 burner stove, dutch oven, frying pans, pots & pans, utensils,2-coolers, pancake grill, etc

CLOTHING: all in very good condition-near new; pheasant coat/game bag, heavy insulated bibs & coat, flannel shirts, turkey hunting vest, rain gear, snow pants, duffle bags, etc-about 20 items

SLEEPING: Wiggys semi-mummy bag rated @-20, 2- air mattresses, army cot, pad

TOWING & TIE DOWN: approx-15 in the bunch
 

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