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About twigsnapper

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  • Birthday 10/17/1983

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    Preserving our hunting and fishing heritage - Reducing Taxes - Investing for our future

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  1. twigsnapper

    Swarovski 12x50 EL $1,800

    Sold, thanks
  2. twigsnapper

    Swarovski 12x50 EL $1,800

    Sold pending funds
  3. twigsnapper

    Mathews NoCam 60/28 $500

    Nice bow, new string last year, has QAD drop away, trophy ridge react 5 pin site and Mathews quiver. Bow shoots super smooth, not a super fast bow but great shooting. No elk tag for me this year so time to unload a few things. Prices are firm. Located in North Peoria. $500 for the setup $400 without the site Andy 602-881-0610
  4. Used but in good shape. Comes with Marsupial case. This is a great scope. Would consider lightweight mountain rifle for partial trade. $2,000 price is firm. Andy 602-881-0610
  5. twigsnapper

    Swarovski 12x50 EL $1,800

    $1,800 last price drop. I will toss in a used marsupial bino harness.
  6. twigsnapper

    Swarovski 12x50 EL $1,800

    Friday Bump.
  7. twigsnapper

    Swarovski 12x50 EL $1,800

    Price drop $1,900
  8. twigsnapper

    1996 4Runner

    Just curious if he sold it and how much $ it went for?
  9. twigsnapper

    1996 4Runner

    There are a few 2nd Gens on marketplace with less than 250k miles for $6k or less. Don’t think one with 300k+ miles will bring more money but this market is crazy so who knows…
  10. twigsnapper

    1996 4Runner

    Also I see it’s got a Colorado plate, AZ folks are pretty persnickety when it comes to rust… how the undercarriage looks will also factor in
  11. twigsnapper

    1996 4Runner

    I’d say 3,500-5,000 depending on documentation of the motor… just a mildly educated guess, the 3rd generation 4Runners (97-2002) tend to bring more money than the 2nd generations do
  12. twigsnapper

    Electric F150

    There was a time in my life when I was driving the 101 from 67th Ave over to Scottsdale Rd everyday. I was tired of the traffic so I just decided to buy a used 2012 Chevy Volt so I could get the cloud plate. It was the least expensive car I could find that qualified for the cloud plate program. It was all electric until the batteries ran out then it went to a hybrid mode. I could go about 50 miles on the batteries. It was a good little car and I had zero issues with it. Rarely ever put gas in it, never had to change the oil since it mostly ran on electric. All in all it was great, I’d own another electric car if I was driving in town more. Electric isn’t the replacement of all internal combustion cars but it has a good place in the market for sure. Like others have said, it’s no more green that any other car but if anyone is on the fence about getting one I’d recommend it. One of my work buddies has a Model 3 Tesla and he loves it.
  13. twigsnapper

    Swarovski 12x50 EL $1,800

  14. twigsnapper

    Full set of 6 lug trailer wheels and tires $300

    Sold, thanks
  15. twigsnapper

    Full set of 6 lug trailer wheels and tires $300

    I went with a taller tire 225/75r15 and went to load range F. These tires are load range D. Wanted something bigger and really heavy duty. I ended up buying a new set of wheels and tires from deer valley trailer. Most tire stores don’t even stock a load range F since they are more of a commercial tire.