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Re: Early 50-70 Trapdoors

Posted by Dick Hosmer on Wednesday, 5 July 2017, at 1:28 p.m., in response to Re: Early 50-70 Trapdoors, posted by Steve MIller on Wednesday, 5 July 2017, at 11:51 a.m.

Mine was with the relieving force - I've always been clear about that. There are a bunch of others; for those who have SRS, look up the citation on 70210, then work backwards to get the other numbers to look for. That troop (L, 6th USC) were all there at Peking. Rarer than LBH, yes, no question, but not as 'popular' in $$$$ terms.

Funny thing is, Bob Hill had qualms about selling it to me (this was before the expose, of course) because he had a "feeling" about it. Funny how things work out.

Along those lines, does anyone see the need for ANOTHER Krag guide? What with Poyer's book, as well as the recent one by Joe Farmer, I personally think the market is saturated, but it would be a natural extension for me.


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