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Well been spending a lot of time at home and cleaning out my work shop. Have some knifes I have never used or just "played" with. Decided to see if anyone needed one.

1. Buck limited edition hunting knife new in box never carried or used. Has S30V blade with gut hook on nice sheath $70.00 TYD

2. ESEE 6 never used been in and out of sheath a few times $100.00 TYD

3. SOG SEAL pup $30.00 TYD SPF

4. KBAR adveture knife with little knife never used except used little blade to cut paracord $65.00 TYD

Shipped USPS priority

If you have something to trade make an offer.
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I ll take the SOG seal pup. Let me know how you want to get paid. Jay


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Like you I'm going to be cleaning out some odds & ends (brass, tools, etc.)

I'm getting sticker shock at the price of shipping. The cheapest flat rate box at the USPO is $10.00!!!

Can anybody suggest an economical alternative for shipping things like brass, bullets (components) etc?

I haven't done this since my dad died almost 20 years ago. Shipping was lots cheaper then.
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Some times but not always small plain box is cheaper than the flat rate, with flat rate you are locked in to a fixed rate where using the plain brown box they go by weight. Now if you are shipping something really heavy you are much better with the flat rate. Sometimes ups or Fedex are much cheaper. I was going to ship something to a lady friend in Canada in a medium flat rate the USPS wonted 65.00 as the flat rate don't work out of country. I took it out of the flat rate put it into the same size plain box took it to Fedex cost 21.00 that is a lot of difference. USPS used to be the way to go but now with their rate increases several times a year sometimes UPS or Fedex are way cheaper.

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Some times but not always small plain box is cheaper than the flat rate, with flat rate you are locked in to a fixed rate where using the plain brown box they go by weight. Now if you are shipping something really heavy you are much better with the flat rate. Sometimes ups or Fedex are much cheaper. I was going to ship something to a lady friend in Canada in a medium flat rate the USPS wonted 65.00 as the flat rate don't work out of country. I took it out of the flat rate put it into the same size plain box took it to Fedex cost 21.00 that is a lot of difference. USPS used to be the way to go but now with their rate increases several times a year sometimes UPS or Fedex are way cheaper.

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USPS not always best option.

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