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Old 01-08-2012, 04:19 PM   #21
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They're OK - nothing special.
I have a sigma 40VE I'll trade you for the Seamaster...it too is nothing special.
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I have a sigma 40VE I'll trade you for the Seamaster...it too is nothing special.
I think you got a little mixed up. the Seamaster is mine and I don't blame you. You could turn around and sell it tomorrow for three times what your pistols worth, without even trying
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I think you got a little mixed up. the Seamaster is mine and I don't blame you. You could turn around and sell it tomorrow for three times what your pistols worth, without even trying
Actually, I was hoping it was YOU that was a little mixed up!!
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That little fart may have flushed it! It's okay I'm over the sting of it. I had it for two weeks till it grower legs and walked off,been missing for about a year so I done wrote that one off
You may decide to move some furniture some day and get lucky. Wouldn't that be a hell of a surprise.
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Actually, I was hoping it was YOU that was a little mixed up!!
I'm mixed up...just not crazy mixed up...if you have a lightly used P229 SRT Elite Stainless and 4 mags we can talk....or a Dan Wesson Commander Classic Bobtail..I'm good with that too
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I'm mixed up...just not crazy mixed up...if you have a lightly used P229 SRT Elite Stainless and 4 mags we can talk....or a Dan Wesson Commander Classic Bobtail..I'm good with that too
Ha ha...I hear ya. I have some stuff in that league...but I think I'll go ahead and hang on to it for now.

Nice watches, bro.
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I like watch collecting, but like everything these days its a bit constrained by limited resources. Right now, I've got a fairly extensive collection of inexpensive watches.





I've got a blog for watch collecting here: The Watch Dude Blog

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I like watch collecting, but like everything these days its a bit constrained by limited resources. Right now, I've got a fairly extensive collection of inexpensive watches.

I've got a blog for watch collecting here: The Watch Dude Blog
I like the old school stuff too...everything is trending WAY bigger now, tho. I have a couple of TAGs that I can't wear anymore because they are smaller than the current crop of LADIES watches.

What's the skeleton in the 2nd pic?
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What brands do you have?


In the newer modern stuff, I have Timex, Fossil, Omega, Rolex, Casio, Citizen, Seiko, Orient, Guess, Hamilton, Tissot, Bulova, Alpha and probably a few more I can't remember.
Russian: Sakonda, Vostok, Moscow Classic, Poljot.
TV brands: Invicta, Android, Stauer, Sthurling, Croton, Swiss Legend, Ingersoll
Vintage: Timex, Waltham, Elgin, Bulova, Whittnauer, Hamilton, Gruen, Illinois, Longines
Pocket: Waltham, Elgin.
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I like the old school stuff too...everything is trending WAY bigger now, tho.
Yeah, what is it with people wanting to wear dinner plates on their wrists? I can see if you have a Dreadnought or Seiko Monster or tuna can, but those are big (well, thick mostly) for a reason. These new bling watches look like hell.
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