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Come on guys. Let's bump this up for the kids!
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Whoa..... :tup:

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Well played!
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Yowwwwzers..... :yike: :yike:

Being we made it well over my expectations......I will throw a bonus in for the winning bidder.  The winning bidder can choose from a brick of .22lr, (325 or 500 pcs brick), pound of powder (I will advise what type the winner can choose out tomorrow but likely H4350, H4831, H414, Maybe a couple more) or a second brick of large rifle primers. 

keep those bids a coming folks......Partner with a friend and split the fruits of your labor, LOL   



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2nd brick of primers you say :chuckle:

Howz about 250 :tup:
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Here are some pics of what you guys are bidding on. 

First picture is the 1 brick of Federal Large Rifle Primers.  (if you prefer Winchester, that can be substituted at winning bidders request)

Following pics are the items that the winning bidder can chose "one item" to accompany their "1 brick of large rifle primers". 

Last pic is just a little reloading porn for all you guys bidding.   :chuckle: :chuckle: :chuckle: :chuckle:  (mods if this last pic is not appropriate I will take it down.....) :chuckle: :chuckle: :chuckle:  Oh...and those are bikinis....not lingerie


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What can you tell us about the cause:   What does this money actually go toward?

Thanks. 
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What can you tell us about the cause:   What does this money actually go toward?

Thanks.
I am guessing Dale's youth Turkey hunt contest but I am just speculating.

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What can you tell us about the cause:   What does this money actually go toward?

Thanks.

Great question....I should have explained this in the original post.  Here is a link to the contest: 

https://hunting-washington.com/smf/index.php/topic,255770.0.html

This is the 7th year that a youth turkey hunt / contest has been offered.  Dale (bearpaw) has generously offered up his guide services to sponsor the hunt.  Other members, like myself, have donated to the cause.  My donations have usually came in the form of gear / cash for gear for the winning youth.....(example, couple years ago I donated a very nice hunting blind).  We try and decide how to spend the funds based on what the winning youth needs / wants.  It's all about the experience and building up our youth hunters.  All funds are accounted for and all funds go to the winner of the contest.....period.  Take a look at years past....look at the pictures of the successful hunts.  Look at the smile on the youths faces....that is ultimately what is all about. 

This year I decided to auction off items to raise funds.  I usually do not sell my reloading stock, but figured with the shortage, this was a way to kill two birds (pun intended) with one stone.  If anyone has further questions, I am happy to answer them.  People can also PM bearpaw if it makes them more at ease knowing the funds are 100% accounted for and go to the winning youth in the form of gear. 


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If it hasnít already been offered, Iím willing to transport the auctioned goods from wenatchee back to the westside to avoid any transportation/shipping worries. Great idea rebel :tup:

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What can you tell us about the cause:   What does this money actually go toward?

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Great question....I should have explained this in the original post.  Here is a link to the contest: 

https://hunting-washington.com/smf/index.php/topic,255770.0.html

This is the 7th year that a youth turkey hunt / contest has been offered.  Dale (bearpaw) has generously offered up his guide services to sponsor the hunt.  Other members, like myself, have donated to the cause.  My donations have usually came in the form of gear / cash for gear for the winning youth.....(example, couple years ago I donated a very nice hunting blind).  We try and decide how to spend the funds based on what the winning youth needs / wants.  It's all about the experience and building up our youth hunters.  All funds are accounted for and all funds go to the winner of the contest.....period.  Take a look at years past....look at the pictures of the successful hunts.  Look at the smile on the youths faces....that is ultimately what is all about. 

This year I decided to auction off items to raise funds.  I usually do not sell my reloading stock, but figured with the shortage, this was a way to kill two birds (pun intended) with one stone.  If anyone has further questions, I am happy to answer them.  People can also PM bearpaw if it makes them more at ease knowing the funds are 100% accounted for and go to the winning youth in the form of gear.

Great cause and great idea Johnny!! Can't believe it is the 7th Youth Turkey hunt already, time flies!!

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What can you tell us about the cause:   What does this money actually go toward?

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Great question....I should have explained this in the original post.  Here is a link to the contest: 

https://hunting-washington.com/smf/index.php/topic,255770.0.html

This is the 7th year that a youth turkey hunt / contest has been offered.  Dale (bearpaw) has generously offered up his guide services to sponsor the hunt.  Other members, like myself, have donated to the cause.  My donations have usually came in the form of gear / cash for gear for the winning youth.....(example, couple years ago I donated a very nice hunting blind).  We try and decide how to spend the funds based on what the winning youth needs / wants.  It's all about the experience and building up our youth hunters.  All funds are accounted for and all funds go to the winner of the contest.....period.  Take a look at years past....look at the pictures of the successful hunts.  Look at the smile on the youths faces....that is ultimately what is all about. 

This year I decided to auction off items to raise funds.  I usually do not sell my reloading stock, but figured with the shortage, this was a way to kill two birds (pun intended) with one stone.  If anyone has further questions, I am happy to answer them.  People can also PM bearpaw if it makes them more at ease knowing the funds are 100% accounted for and go to the winning youth in the form of gear.

Excellent.

That's pretty much what I thought, but I appreciate your explanation. 

And I never had any concerns as to your honesty. 
I'd take your word any day.  :tup:
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Assuming I win, how do you accept payment?

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@bearhunter99   I will take you up on your offer, if I win.    :tup: :tup:
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