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FrontierGander
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PostSubject: Rendezvous trade blanket   Rendezvous trade blanket Empty2018-04-25, 00:22

I've been sorting out gear that I can put on my trade blanket. Its amazing how many parts I've gathered over the years for the CVA guns. Trigger guards, nose caps, front/rear sights, lock parts, lock plates, triggers, barrels. All kinds of goodies to offer on the blanket.

Have to search through some boxes up stairs for more items, but so far, its looking good. I have more items still in the mail system like fire starting kits, forged pot hooks.

Mostly setting up the blanket for my patch lubes, but its nice to have variety.
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PostSubject: Re: Rendezvous trade blanket   Rendezvous trade blanket Empty2018-05-25, 08:39

Books related to history, guns or life on the frontier you no longer read are good sellers and not seen on trade blankets very often Jon.  study

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PostSubject: Re: Rendezvous trade blanket   Rendezvous trade blanket Empty2018-05-25, 08:42

I'll have to take a look and see what i have in my stash for books.
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