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Old 07-11-2013, 03:14 PM   #21
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6string, I like the chimney! It turned out sharp!
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Old 07-11-2013, 07:21 PM   #22
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I like your 'crick' level, too. I bought a 2' and a 4' 'Smith' that looks just like yours. The cricks and smith's cost a lil' more ,but I sure do like them...
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Yes sir! All I've had since I started was Cricks. They take a beating.
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Yes sir! All I've had since I started was Cricks. They take a beating.
I used to use exacts for years then finally bought a stabilla when I couldnt find an exact. Talk about easy street! Looking down on the bubble is soooo much better then cricking your head to look all day long. Ive dropped it a good 28 feet a couple times and its still plumb Cant do that with an exact, 1 drop and you start drawing black arrows on them.

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