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chirp

FS - Pins, hooks, blades, arrows, and angles

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Looking to sell all my ironmongery, been too long and I have other interests longing for upgrades.

These are some classic pins and some rares, they have seen little use but have been exposed to a moist environment so have acquired some rust and corrosion. BUT, being pitons, that really isnt an issue and I have cleaned them up a bit, still absolutely serviceable and waiting for the next incipient seam or rotten crack.

I looked em up and figured an average of 5 bucks a pin.

 

Prefer to sell as a whole set for $300 bucks obo (58 pieces total).

 

Absolutely no shipping, I will gladly deliver to Seattle or any area within a decent distance. If you live far away we can make arrangements.

Please send a PM or email me at chirp at eyejuggler dot com

 

Thanks for looking.

 

Pile of iron

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Fish products, Captain Hook and the smaller version

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Leeper Z pins and Lost Arrows (DMM versions)

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Hooks and Beaks (Pika, A5, Black Diamond, FISH)

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Angles and Blades.

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True on the corrosion, there were a couple of biners and a stopper in with the pins that were a crusty mess, unusable and gnarly.

But the pins look fine, I have clipped many in situ pins that have been in the rock for 30 years or more and look like hell and think little of it :)

Considering the abuse these things take I don't believe a little rust is an issue.

Good point though.

 

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