Good Deal Spotters' Thread

Discussion in 'eBay Auctions' started by soulsea, Oct 1, 2011.

  1. CHOO CHOO

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    Haha you definitely know Pa well. Let me check on which one I got.


    I'll take it camping or when I go on hikes and stuff, just won't use it as an edc.[​IMG]
     
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    Lived there for 14 yrs--biggest mistake of my life!
    Don't get caught carrying that around!
     
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    Man has been carrying a knife on his hip for millennia. But now millennials freak out when they see a man with the greatest utilitarian instrument ever invented at the ready on his hip. At least in Florida we can carry them as long as the blades are cut down to 4 inches. No more going to the store with a Ka-Bar or Bowie knife! LOL
     
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    Well apparently I can have it in a curio cabinet on display......and that's it. According to Google and the pa knife laws I read....
     
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    Still plenty on the shelves in autozone. [​IMG][​IMG]

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    Ya, that's what i was looking for as well but o'well they will show up eventually, found out that gm decided to change the color I guess older ones light up blue and newer ones are red now.
     
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    Oh I didn’t know they changed the illumination color.


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    I was looking at some on ebay for my Silverado and saw some were lit up blue and others red so I asked gmparts direct and they said gm changed the color but they didn't clarify if the part number was changed or not, usually when they make a change they supersede it with a new part number.
     

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