What did you buy today , of the non PM range

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  1. serial

    serial Well-Known Member Silver Stacker

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    I got this old Chinese sword
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    could you please share the pics?
     
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    For anyone over 40, this might ring a bell from your childhood...Saw it in the bottlo today and thought for sh$ts and giggles why not...Will know shortly if its crap or not...:D

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    ^^^^^
    If you are after an old skool ale...no hints of orange or flowers...then this is a highly drinkable beer....Would love to try it from the tap or in a long neck but from the can is highly drinkable....Provided the price doesn't get out of hand, it'll be going on the Oddjob list for beers to buy whilst available.
     
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    spannermonkey Well-Known Member Silver Stacker

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    Sold 2 Seiko's
    So needed a replacement
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    Someones a flipper then?
     
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    Seiko offers the best blend between quality and value IMO.
     
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    Dorman Makita made in Germany.
    Its might be the saw ive been waiting for with 61 cc of wood ripping power!
    I heard a guy say that his crew calls it "the beast saw".

    That piece of shit Stihl has tried my patience for too many years and im done with it finally.
    Time to move on.
     
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    i just dropped decent money on some makita cordless tools. hope they live up to the hype.
     
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    I have Dewalt cordless tools at home but Makita is awesome too. Ive used them at work for many years and they never let me down and they are professional grade.
    I bet they will work great for you.
     
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