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  1. Brand New in Box - Never opened. $650 and I'll ship it to your door.
  2. Excellent condition Mark V with Leupold M8 fixed 6 power with 2 and a half boxes of shells. Selling for my Uncle. PM me if interested and I'll get you his number. $1100
  3. both tripod legs and xtenstion SPF (together)
  4. 350 for legs, 50 for extension if I have buyers for each part.....
  5. Used but in great condition. Outdoorsman Tall tripod legs and center post extension.... $400
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    01 Polaris Sportsman 400

    Thanks Knothead....its a great quad. Price lowered to $2000
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    01 Polaris Sportsman 400

    I have a 2001 Polaris Sportsman 400 quad for sale. It has new rear axles, new battery, new belt and runs and drives great. It has lots of power and gets great gas mileage. It has a winch but needs wired. The tires are OK but will need replaced soon. It has 235 hours and 1700 miles. PM me if interested $2500. Im in North Phoenix...
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    Sold

    ill take the 60
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    Boquillas new rules / permit structure out

    Jim deVos, Assistant Director of Wildlife Management at the Arizona Game and Fish Department, provided the following information update regarding the Big Boquillas Hunt Program: As the deadline approaches to apply for 2016 pronghorn and elk hunt permit-tags, the Arizona Game and Fish Department has been made aware of website information indicating a substantial increase in the permit fee structure for high-demand hunts on the Boquillas Ranch in Game Management Unit 10. This information is on a web domain apparently associated with the ranch's lessee. The 750,000-acre ranch in northwest Arizona, which accounts for approximately 50 percent of the land in Unit 10, is owned by the Navajo Nation. Game and Fish continues negotiations to renew an access agreement with the Navajo Nation Department of Agriculture. Hunters might have noticed information on the lessee's website indicating that the permit fee rate has been raised to $500 on some hunts, according to: https://huntbigboranch.com/ranch-hunt-access-rates/. This recently posted increase is not consistent with the negotiations that the department has had with the Navajo Nation. The department and the Navajo Nation remain committed to establishing a lower permit fee structure, as well as reaching a long-term access agreement for the ranch. In December 2015, the Director of the Navajo Department of Agriculture made a presentation to the Arizona Game and Fish Commission indicating a strong commitment from the Navajo Nation to develop a collaborative approach to managing wildlife and hunter access on the Big Boquillas Ranch. In negotiations with the Navajo Nation, the Nation has agreed in principle that modest fee increases are important to preserve hunting and hunter access as part of the collaboration between the department and the Navajo Nation. In fall 2013, the parties reached an agreement ensuring public access in exchange for Game and Fish enforcement of ranch rules designed to increase respect for the Navajo Nation’s private property on the ranch. The department originally supported a $60 annual Recreational Access Impact fee charged to all people entering the ranch to offset the impacts of recreation. The department’s support of this fee, and the enforcement of the ranch rules, shows its willingness to find new solutions.
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    Semi Custom 6.5x284 Norma

    Any interest in selling just the barrel?
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