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Subject: Best way to store ASL counters rss

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Spencer Armstrong
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swoyak wrote:
Spencer Armstrong wrote:
swoyak wrote:
Cabelas carries 3701s...


Dick's sometimes does, too.

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They also used to sell a "7 for the price of 6" deal, but now they just have a Pro-pack. I'm not sure if that's just 6 or 7.


For my comment:

Dunham's, not Dick's. I knew Dick's didn't sound quite right. I opened a box and found a couple 3701s in the bag from the store...Dunham's. They're not as common as Dick's, but every time I go into one, I find 2-3 3701s actually on the shelf.

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Jeff Coyle
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Dick's used to have them, too. I bought a bunch for $2.99, but that was a number of years ago.
 
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Re: Best way to store ASL counters
cscottk wrote:
Interesting. Do you have a picture of your entire system?


I just finished the vehicles (no planes yet). Included here are all the official ASL vehicles plus vehicles from Bounding Fire Productions, Heat of Battle, Le Franc Tireur, and I believe a few from Kinetic Energy.

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