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3/13/2017 2:50 PM
 
1. Polar M400 GPS watch - great for runners! Gift from my wife a year ago, never worn.Sold!!!
2. Hill People Gear belts - one coyote and one black. Size 32-40. Not worn. Sold!!!
3. Hill People Gear Original Kit Bag - Used but excellent. Ranger green with old style logo. Includes grim locks and stabilizer strap. I can't find the lifter straps though (where do these always go??) $85 shipped.
4. High Speed Gear drop leg holster - foliage digicam. Excellent condition. Sized for larger firearms like a full size Beretta. The person I bought this from said his G21 fit in an identical one, but was slightly snug. I see just a couple stitches that could be removed to make the Glock fit looser if need be without looking bad. Anyhoo... Sold!!!
5. Patagonia Black Hole Messenger Bag in gray. Used but in very good condition. $45 shipped
6. Integral Designs Hot Socks - Very good condition, size medium. Blue. Kept my feet warm during campouts and worked as camp booties a couple times. For reference, I wear a size 9-9.5 shoe. $30 shipped
7. Chuddy Bear sheath for Busse/Swamp Rat Skeleton Warden - It's a Chuddy. What can I say? $20 shipped

No trades please. Payment by USPS MO or PayPal FF. Thanks for looking!












 
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3/14/2017 5:50 AM
 
I'll take the holster. Please email me your payment info: johnjlewis76@hotmail.com
 
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3/14/2017 3:51 PM
 
Holster sold! Thank you

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When humans first set foot in a new continent, they came in small groups under their own power, bringing only the gear they needed. Most simply called themselves The People. Over time, those who chose the rougher freer life of the up country came to think of themselves as the Hill People.
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