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    for sale soft lead, carbine lead, line a type, bees wax and national patches at the snow ball shoot

    soft lead 1.50 per lb, carbine lead 1.35 per lb, line a type 1.50 per lb, bees wax 9.00 per lb and national patches from about 15 year back 1.50 each at the snow ball shoot My phone is 724 679 1619 and I can be reached at the fort, I will arrive late Friday evening but feel free to call any time.

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    soft lead 1.50 per lb, carbine lead 1.35 per lb, line a type 1.50 per lb, bees wax 9.00 per lb and national patches from about 15 year back 1.50 each at the snow ball shoot My phone is 724 679 1619 and I can be reached at the fort, I will arrive late Friday evening but feel free to call any time.
    Sir,

    My name is Jamie Hess (#10866). I am a member 1st Maine Heavy Arty. I was wondering if you still had the soft lead. If so may I purchase (50) fifty pounds at $1.59 a pound. I live in Westminster, MD, and plan on attending the “Early Bird Shoot” this year. My phone number is 443-789-9733. I will also call.
    Thanks in advance
    Jamie Hess

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    If you don't mind me pointing it out, it's "linotype", not "line a type".
    Glenn M. Kaye
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    I have 360 factory bars all with line a type cast in them. I have 40 factory bars with mono type cast into them. I listed it as the bars are factory marked. I'm not sure which ic correct line a type or lineotype. I do however know the difference between the lineotype and mono type

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