Lightning DB 5 basket-sold to someone that really needs one!

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Pinnacle
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Lightning DB 5 basket-sold to someone that really needs one!

Post: # 17229Post Pinnacle
Tue May 19, 2015 9:02 pm

$125

Rarely used, pretty much for CTPBR/CTPFiddlehead at Pinnacle tournaments.
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hhlightcap
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Re: Lightning DB 5 basket for sale

Post: # 17239Post hhlightcap
Wed May 20, 2015 3:08 pm

I've seen you putt. Are you sure you should be selling your practice basket?

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Re: Lightning DB 5 basket for sale

Post: # 17240Post Not Sure
Wed May 20, 2015 3:09 pm

It's the basket, not the disc, obviously. He needs to upgrade to a basket that will "work". (but so do I!)

Pinnacle
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Re: Lightning DB 5 basket for sale

Post: # 17242Post Pinnacle
Wed May 20, 2015 8:54 pm

Most definitely not the baskets' fault, it gets birdies all day long. I think a warbler is making a nest on it this spring!

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Re: Lightning DB 5 basket for sale

Post: # 17251Post jmbailey175
Thu May 21, 2015 4:32 pm

Dibs. PM sent.
Jim Bailey 63390

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Post: # 17272Post wpifarmer
Sun May 24, 2015 1:45 pm

That will be a great addition to the Bailey DG museum!

Hyzerponic
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Re: Lightning DB 5 basket-sold to someone that really needs

Post: # 17745Post Hyzerponic
Thu Sep 17, 2015 4:33 pm

I have a plethora of James Beaulieu memorabilia for sale or trade-from seldom used surge's and mini's to early 2000's disc golf DVD's- I will trade the entire collection for $100. Easily worth thousands-maybe millions someday who knows. Serious inquiries only.

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Re: Lightning DB 5 basket-sold to someone that really needs

Post: # 17749Post hhlightcap
Thu Sep 17, 2015 9:23 pm

Dear Mr. Hyzerpoontang:

On behalf of the PDGA Museum Acquisitions Committee I would like to express our sincere interest in acquiring the aforementioned collection of disc golf related items that belonged to the recently departed icon of the New Hampshire, indeed New England, disc golf community, Mr. B, AKA "The Plastic Surgin". The PDGA Museum has just announced plans to construct a new wing honoring our late friend. Tentatively dubbed "The Dragon's Lair", this ambitious exhibit hopes to chronicle Mr. B's disc golf career from its naissance in the forests surrounding Missoula, MT to its shining, yet sadly abbreviated, New England incarnation. Please contact me as soon as possible to discuss this matter.

Sincerely yours,
Reverend Pat Magroin, PDGA Chaplain.

P.S. What is your rating?

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