48" Miner Bazooka Gold Trap--selling since I use my smaller Sniper most of the time now

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48" Miner Bazooka Gold Trap--selling since I use my smaller Sniper most of the time now

Post by Dave on Wed May 17, 2017 3:19 pm

or my Le Trap. Selling for less than the original cost. Send me a PM if interested. Dave AKA GoldpannerDave

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Post by russau on Thu May 18, 2017 4:12 am

Dave guys over on Treasurenet.com are looking for these. I hope I haven't broke any rules by this post.

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Post by Admin on Sat May 20, 2017 9:10 am

Russ,

What "rules" could you break with a post?

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Post by russau on Sat May 20, 2017 9:18 am

WHEEEE ! Possibly sending people to another website?? Other than that , what good are rules if they cant be broken! Very Happy

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Post by Admin on Sat May 20, 2017 9:49 am

Russ,

Ha. NO problem here on the GA Forum sending........inviting........sharing.......cross-telling..........informing any and all in any direction!

The more all our fellow prospectors know about what's going on, available out there.............the BETTER! Wink

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Post by Dave on Sat May 27, 2017 10:43 pm

russau wrote: Dave guys over on Treasurenet.com are looking for these. I hope I haven't broke any rules by this post.

Yes, I responded to some there and thought I had sold it to a guy overseas. Turns out, the costs of shipping it was too great. Sad

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Post by russau on Sun May 28, 2017 3:43 am

Dave wrote:
russau wrote: Dave guys over on Treasurenet.com are looking for these. I hope I haven't broke any rules by this post.

Yes, I responded to some there and thought I had sold it to a guy overseas.  Turns out, the costs of shipping it was too great.  Sad
Dave I truly understand about shipping ! I sold a antique clock to a guy that beat me down in price only to find out he was in Canada and with shipping & insurance , I would have been paying him to "buy" my clock..........I passed!

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Post by Admin on Sun May 28, 2017 7:20 am

Dave, Russ,

I too run into the shipping cost thing as impossible sometimes...

When I was first selling my gold cons to pan out, USPS Priority international mail flat rate envelope up to 4 pounds was "only" $19.95 to anywhere overseas.

Today?  Ha!  It's up to $31.95!  Also, no insurance available on envelopes going overseas.  Have to step up to like Express to get that, so no surprise.....I only get about 2 folks a year now in Europe that are willing to pay that much shipping for a 3-pound bag of cons.

Also, several years back UPS and FedEx sent me notices to me at my Gold Adventures business accounts (here at home) saying they'd changed their cost structures to the GREATER of the weight or the bulk size...

SO, if it's heavier than bulkier, you pay the weight, if it takes up more space but is light as a feather, you pay for the space...  SO, they get you coming and going!  Embarassed

Example:  Dee's mother loves collecting cactus of different types, from all over.  Several years back I shipped her a cactus I dug up out in my field.  It weighed all of 2 pounds, but was a big box, full of bubble pack, about 14 inches square.  Cost like $9 to ship.

Last year I shipped a similar box, 2 pounds at most, cost me like $19!

I don't send her anymore cool, odd Kolorado cacti anymore...

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