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    Woodsman Pootle's Avatar
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    Malletts, Truro

    I just got an old model mora clipper, ss, for £5. Can't say I needed one as my current (carbon) one is still going strong, but £5!

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    I keep one just for using on the coast, stays with my fishing kit. A fiver is a real bargain

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    Good find mate!

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    That's a good find I had to get a SS one myself for sea fishing which now lives in my tackle bag, but I had to pay 3 times what you paid.

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    Good find. Was that the last one or do they have more. If so, I will take a ride over and grab a couple.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Chubbs View Post
    Good find. Was that the last one or do they have more. If so, I will take a ride over and grab a couple.
    There was only one on the table at the time, not sure if they have any more though. If I'm in there again while the sale is still on I'll check and let you know.

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    I might nip over there later if I get a chance.

    Thanks for posting

    paul
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    Nicely done. I like many others paid 3 times as much for an SS one. Then again I'm 3 miles from the coast, so it earns it's keep.
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    Isn't it nice when someone says "that's a great piece of kit, where did you buy that", then you can modestly reply "you can't buy it, I made it myself". The moral is, it's amazing what you can achieve if you put your mind to it.

    "No better burden can a man carry on the road, than a store of common sense." - Hávamál: 10

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