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PostPosted: Thu Nov 02, 2006 9:25 am 
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Should we sell our old kit (uniforms, webbing, equipment, weapons etc.) for a profit or just pass it on at a loss as we have had some use out of it…

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(Just a thread based on other threads and questions raised over the past few months/years)

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well im always happy to do a good deal for a mate but if im just selling generally, say on ebay or what ever i would hope to get a decent price for it, not out of greed but the only reason i would normally sell stuff is to fund something else, so i would need all the money i could get.

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What does this word Sell mean?.........Our house is bursting at the seams, lol.
Kids moved out......great more space to put kit..........oops now its in our room also.............oh well.


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PostPosted: Mon Nov 13, 2006 3:53 am 
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Hey great news were downsizing, were selling a book, lol. Well its a start. :lol:


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