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WTB Whiting Saddles

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Please email me: ponner1us@gmail.com

Posted on: 2011/7/22 16:05


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Ya, you and every girl in the world.

Posted on: 2011/7/22 17:19


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You doing this to turn them around on ebay for hair extensions? Been thinking about doing that myself, a lot of money to be made. But I'm a lazy bastard too. For the right price, or a reasonably high % of profits, I might be willing to let you do the work...

I have grizzly, light dun, and medium dun #2 full saddles, all three used but fairly lightly and have lots of feathers left. None are in original packaging as I transfer them to big freezer bags in my storage system (was never expecting to sell, lol). I think all 3 are Metz and not Whiting. Can provide pictures.

I've also got 6 or 7 full capes in more interesting colors.

Not parting with my smaller feather collections, though, I need something to tie with!

Posted on: 2011/7/22 17:25


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You doing this to turn them around on ebay for hair extensions? Been thinking about doing that myself, a lot of money to be made. But I'm a lazy bastard too. For the right price, or a reasonably high % of profits, I might be willing to let you do the work...

I have grizzly, light dun, and medium dun #2 full saddles, all three used but fairly lightly and have lots of feathers left. None are in original packaging as I transfer them to big freezer bags in my storage system (was never expecting to sell, lol). I think all 3 are Metz and not Whiting. Can provide pictures.

I've also got 6 or 7 full capes in more interesting colors.

Not parting with my smaller feather collections, though, I need something to tie with!


Nice grizzly saddle is worth $200-300 on ebay easily. Becker and Jay have quickly flipped theirs for that range. Grizzly is the rage. I think Jays was a 1/4 saddle too, with a few feathers plucked. Beckers was inexpensive Collins saddles. Man, to go back a few months at the FF shows .. . . .

Naturally capes are worthless in this game, as that is all I have! Wonder when the hackle folks that are making crazy money off saddles are going to start cutting prices on those worthless capes? Lol.

Posted on: 2011/7/22 19:54


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If only the fat and ugly girls could start wearing these maybe it will put the hackles out of style. In any matter, maybe Im just not with the cool crowd but I have not seen a single person wearing hackle feathers in their hair.

Posted on: 2011/7/22 20:53


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If only the fat and ugly girls could start wearing these maybe it will put the hackles out of style. In any matter, maybe Im just not with the cool crowd but I have not seen a single person wearing hackle feathers in their hair.


Ya, to be such a huge rage I am yet to see it.

Posted on: 2011/7/23 14:50


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Ponner and I had a transaction. I'm very pleased with his side of the bargin, and wouldn't hestitate to have further deals wih him.

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@Gfen-dido. One of the only people on this forum (with a couple exceptions) i would do business with. Thanks for the smooth transactions!

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my hippie yoga instructor cousin has one of these things in her hair. she was excited to know i had much in the way of feathers that i told her she ould not have.

then i sold them.

ah-hah.

Posted on: 2011/7/23 22:42
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Really, yoga? I think you might have to turn in your man-card.

Posted on: 2011/7/24 13:31
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Yeah, I'm a flyfisher, not a girl, but I am re-selling to reap some profits. I've done business with both gfen and gaeron, unfortunately lack of packaging does affect value, people like to see that whiting label. email me with what you've got (& pics if available), and I'll make an offer.

Posted on: 2011/7/24 13:37


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Oh, and every girl in the beauty salon where I get my crewcut has these in their hair, plus the 9 and 11 year old girls next door. Practically everybody is looking for this stuff.

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Really, yoga? I think you might have to turn in your man-card.


Ahem, "my hippie yoga instructor cousin."

Easier to read??

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NCPAtrtbum wrote:
Really, yoga? I think you might have to turn in your man-card.


Ahem, "my hippie yoga instructor cousin."

Easier to read??



Ponner,

You may be on to something. Given the psychotropic drugs, I believe Gary's "cousin" may very be well be his alter ego. Further, the amazing transformation of his body shape may very well be attributed to an intense yoga regimen.

I will hold judgement on the status of his "man-card" for now.

Posted on: 2011/7/25 7:37


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gfen wrote:
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NCPAtrtbum wrote:
Really, yoga? I think you might have to turn in your man-card.


Ahem, "my hippie yoga instructor cousin."

Easier to read??


Pics?

Posted on: 2011/7/25 8:08



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