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Old 07-30-2011, 11:55 PM   #1 (permalink)
 
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Why are the best blanks always too shot to make a full blank? They are not if it is a 3 inch blank! These blanks are 3 inches in length and at least 3/4 wide. They will work on Sierra/Wallstreet and Atlas/Cabara/Patriot pens. Not to mention all the other things that do not require a 5 1/2 inch blank. This is for one small Flat Rate Envelope only 1 available. I do not know how many will be in there, I believe full is the key word. I was processing blanks for Crotch and Crosscut. These are the drops that made were too short but still too good for the BBQ. These blanks are about as good as you can get with out cutting very localized areas of a tree. I.E. cutting only the crotch out of a very large board. The pictures are random pieces grabbed by the handful and photographed. Some do have bug holes, they will used only as a last resort to fill the order, but I don't think that will be necessary( Wal-Mart sack full). I will also start with the best blanks and work my way down. The pictures are a little yellow. I just moved and I haven't got any light bulbs changed over yet. The whitest picture is an accurate representation of the color of the blanks. The other pictures are just a little more yellow than the wood actually is. Since this is very high quality wood I will stand firm at $25.00 plus $4.95 shipping. I am sure I can fit about 24 normal blanks in one envelope. Since these are short blanks only 3/5 the normal size reason says that I should be able to fit about 35. In the end it is actually less waste if the cards are played correctly. If you have any questions or comments please contact me.

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Scot
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