Feedback - Buy/Sell/Trade

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Re: Feedback - Buy/Sell/Trade

Post by ak70g2 » Fri Feb 10, 2012 8:46 am

Got today a very nice parcel from Luis0449. This guy really made my day. 300% satisfaction. :mrgreen: :mrgreen: :mrgreen:
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Thank you brother, my reply will go soon.
'cuz hunting ain't catch and release...

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Re: Feedback - Buy/Sell/Trade

Post by luis0449 » Fri Feb 10, 2012 3:00 pm

hahahaha. Seeing that picture members of the forum will think we are two drinking bastards :-)

All the best people.

ak70g: enjoy the Lepanto
Rations Reviewed: USA, spanish, french, UK, german, denmark
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Re: Feedback - Buy/Sell/Trade

Post by ak70g2 » Fri Feb 10, 2012 3:19 pm

luis0449 wrote:hahahaha. Seeing that picture members of the forum will think we are two drinking bastards :-)
Nope. It's just knowing the spirit (culture, food, drink) of other countries, in this case, of Spain. I have the opinion that you can't know France if you don't try the coq au vin and french Bordeaux, you can't know Spain until you try the paella and Jerez, you cant't know Russia until you got the blini's and vodka...

So, I'll try to get for you some traditional stuff from here, to get you a taste of Romania. :D
'cuz hunting ain't catch and release...

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Re: Feedback - Buy/Sell/Trade

Post by mreheater72 » Fri Feb 10, 2012 6:47 pm

I did again an awesome "ration swap" with TREESUIT. As always: Absolutely recommendable :D :D :D. Thank you very much!
"QUIDQUID AGIS PRUDENTER AGAS ET RESPICE FINEM"

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Re: Feedback - Buy/Sell/Trade

Post by housil » Tue Feb 14, 2012 6:05 pm

A hugh Thank You to Yowie.
He sent me some Austrailian rations half around the world. Image

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Re: Feedback - Buy/Sell/Trade

Post by ak70g2 » Wed Feb 15, 2012 1:32 am

Delivery was fast, Olli?
'cuz hunting ain't catch and release...

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Re: Feedback - Buy/Sell/Trade

Post by housil » Wed Feb 15, 2012 2:22 pm

ak70g2 wrote:Delivery was fast, Olli?
Sent Feb 3rd, arrived Feb 11th :shock:

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Re: Feedback - Buy/Sell/Trade

Post by Yowie » Sat Feb 18, 2012 9:14 am

I am pretty sure everyone here knows how good it is to trade with Housil, but a big thanks to him for the EPA's, fresh from Germany. Can't wait to test these big boys
Yowie

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Re: Feedback - Buy/Sell/Trade

Post by ak70g2 » Thu Feb 23, 2012 8:49 am

Germany is Germany, fast postal service and totally reliable folks. Got today a parcel from sw342pd and any expectations I have was overwhelmed.

Thank you, Lars. 300% satisfaction. :D
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Re: Feedback - Buy/Sell/Trade

Post by jaminphx » Fri Feb 24, 2012 8:54 pm

Alex,


Thank you Cavguy on a really cool Italian B Module (red sticker) ration and a fast and securely packaged shipment. I can't wait to get into this meal.

I mailed Alex a check last week and waited for it to clear. Alex notified me as soon as it cleared and mailed my package the next morning, he then followed up with an email and tracking number. I would gladly trade or buy from him in the future. He even threw a extra bag of goodies.

Look how big the ration is. I think it weighs in at 8-9 pounds.

I plan on taking this, and one of Tresuits FSR, out on my next two day hike in the Arizona desert. I may need a mule to pack all the weight of those two rations :shock:

John
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