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kev100

Cheshire collimator (price reduced)

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Couple of collimator devices no longer needed:

Cheshire EP (long type): £12 inc UK P&P

Laser collimator: £8 inc UK P&P SOLD

Kev

 

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Prices reduced / item sold

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Bump. Dropped the prices on these. Would like them to sell.

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I'd like the Cheshire if available.

I'm US, State of Arizona & PayPal - I'll cover fees and extra handling/post of course.

Sometimes it's just nice to get things with different postage stamps on.

I understand if it's a bother =)

 

Jim

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