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Old 01-28-2009   #1
 
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Looking to buy AT2 Paddle

lanyone know of 1 for sale?

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Old 01-28-2009   #2
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I saw some sweet AT bent shaft paddles at the Sierra Trading Post store in Cody the other day for $185, dont know the model but I would think they are on their web store too
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If you want an AT4 from the Post, let me know. I'll set up a deal. I work there.
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why would you want to buy an AT?
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bwest because you can put 3 hardcore seasons on them and still have a paddle.
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buy a werner, then you dont have to limit yourself to 3 seasons, they last a lifetime
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If a paddle lasts a lifetime that means you are not using it.
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If a paddle lasts a lifetime that means you are not using it.
LOL. I don't like thin fiberglass blades for creeking. I have 2 awesome Werner shafts. The blades on one are the size of teaspoons. The blades on the other look like I fought a great white shark with it.
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yeah my at2 looks like a 191 but its actually a 196
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