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    FS: Atrim Rugger & Scabbard

    AT Rugger, purchased Jan 07.
    Scabbard included.
    Never cut with, never used at all, still at Gus's.
    $400, US shipping included.


    see this thread for particulars /pictures:
    http://forums.swordforum.com/showthr...0612&highlight

    Contact me by PM.

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    Bump for Rugger & scabbard.
    Still at Gus's, still $400 including US shipping.

    Nah, I asked him *not* to send it me...
    Same reason as the Tigress (new home in TX), once I see it, I won't want to sell it.

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    Hi Trish, the 'thread highlight' link isn't working, my friend.

    I'd love to help you out by putting in a bid for this but I would guess that the shipping charges to England would be pretty high .

    Cheers, Mark (aka Sukerkin)
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    Quote Originally Posted by M. A. Beardmore View Post
    Hi Trish, the 'thread highlight' link isn't working, my friend.
    And a big thank you to Alex, who fixed that.

    Quote Originally Posted by M. A. Beardmore View Post
    I'd love to help you out by putting in a bid for this but I would guess that the shipping charges to England would be pretty high .
    Cheers, Mark (aka Sukerkin)
    Too bad... You could chop down lots of English ivy with that thing....
    Which is why I bought it. My yard got out of control, figured that was a good enough reason to buy a new blade.
    Spring came, the Rugger didnt', so I got the "whips" out and whacked all hell outta the foliage.
    Yes, actually, the squirrels are mad at me.

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    Okay....
    Seems those who want this, want it for cheap. Nah...

    Let's try this: You trade me what I need for the sword.
    Gift cards are good --useful gift cards, that is.

    Like Cabela's, eBay, even JC Whitney; cards I can use to buy stuff for the Merc(s), the Travco, the bike.
    Cash + Gift cards.

    Yes of equal value... this sword hasn't *ever* been cut with, so I'm not gonna let it go for half of what I paid. Yes, I would rather have the cash than the blade because I have lots of projects, but I'm not desperate.

    No more blades. Sounds sad, but it's true... My den is packed with blades. I will need an enclosed MC trailer, so if you've got one of those, I can swap you Rugger + Cash.

    No tools, I'm good, thanks. Even for metrics, I'm good.

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    BIG Bump....

    $375 with US shipping.

    WHY: Me and my Travco came home yesterday on the back of a wrecker --NO brakes!
    Little T-thing in the back that sends brake fluid to the rr wheels blew out on the turnpike. Got a local guy to come after me for 1/2 price, but I got a whopper of a wrecker bill AND I need new bosters, mc rebuild kit, stainless lines, etc.

    No, it's not a whl cylinder.
    Yes, I'm fine.
    Yes, I was afraid. 3 tons that will not stop is frightening.

    $375.

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    Do not need new boosters, whl cyl's, & lines.
    However, do need money more than I need another sword.

    $375.

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    BUMP.
    $375 to US.

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    Hell of a blade, Rugger came the other day while I was at work.

    Still $375 + shipping.

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    Trish

    You seem to be having a little trouble shifting this. Just out of curiosity what would the shipping to England work out to?

    I ask because as I said before I'd really like to help you out but suspect that the shipping charges would make the purchase 'uneconomic'.
    Nuki .. OUCH!

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    Quote Originally Posted by M. A. Beardmore View Post
    Trish

    You seem to be having a little trouble shifting this. Just out of curiosity what would the shipping to England work out to?

    I ask because as I said before I'd really like to help you out but suspect that the shipping charges would make the purchase 'uneconomic'.
    If I had not got something similar in the pipeline I would be tempted by this too. Not too sure what the cost for the Rugger would be but Gus has quoted $50 (£25 ish) for my Cuttoe.

    Google found this table of shipping costs to the UK via USPS http://pe.usps.gov/text/imm/fh_014.htm#ep3576772 – my guess is Express Mail International is the best option for value if I have the right info here.

    Neil.

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    Quote Originally Posted by M. A. Beardmore View Post
    Trish

    You seem to be having a little trouble shifting this. Just out of curiosity what would the shipping to England work out to?

    I ask because as I said before I'd really like to help you out but suspect that the shipping charges would make the purchase 'uneconomic'.
    Shipping: I'll ask at the PO tomorrow.

    Reason I still own the Rugger is that I won't sell it for half of what I paid.

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    Sorry no reply to the overseas shipping question, I been driving a forklift for the last 2 weeks. Kinda fun. No makeup, no pressed clothes, just boots, jeans, my thermos, and out the door.

    Overseas USPS shipping is prohibitive, something like 110.

    Rugger & scabbard are up for 400, shipping included, or 375 + actual shipping.

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    Thanks for looking into it, Trish :tup:. As we suspected, the shipping price is too high to make it practicable for me . My apologies.
    Nuki .. OUCH!

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    "Thanks for looking into it, Trish :tup:. As we suspected, the shipping price is too high to make it practicable for me . My apologies."

    None needed, shipping costs have gone crazy. Not just USPS, but FedEx and UPS.
    And the restrictions on package size are outrageous.

    Anyhow.... Rugger's still for sale.
    400 shipping included (to lower 48) or 375, buyer pays.

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