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braddean Lignoski · · Seattle · Joined Jun 2011 · Points: 30

Read This: if you want any of this, just email me directly. MP's interface is way too 90's for me or something because I can't find the pm's people are sending. Here's my email address: Bradleylignoski@gmail.com

$275 Set of 5 C4's, size .5 through 3 with biners. Here is a breakdown on their condition:

Virtually new #1: $55

Virtually new #4: $70

Mildly used (just cosmetic scratches) #4: $65

I live in Seattle. We could meet at seattle bouldering project.

(I'm selling because I just bought a set of ultralights)

Set of 5

#4's close up

Single #1: $55
Lou Cerutti · · Carlsbad, California · Joined Jan 2014 · Points: 217

I'm interested in the mildly cosmetically flawed #4

braddean Lignoski · · Seattle · Joined Jun 2011 · Points: 30

It's still available.

Ellis L · · Chico, CA · Joined Apr 2016 · Points: 58

PM sent

braddean Lignoski · · Seattle · Joined Jun 2011 · Points: 30

Sorry, I'm unfamiliar with mountain project. How do I view the pm? I can't find it anywhere. Is it the old one I already saw?

Eric Stern · · Boulder, CO/ Tacoma Washington · Joined Jun 2014 · Points: 45

check your email associated with mountain project :):):)

Ellis L · · Chico, CA · Joined Apr 2016 · Points: 58

Are the .5 and .75 still up for grabs?

braddean Lignoski · · Seattle · Joined Jun 2011 · Points: 30

I can't find any of my pm's. Just email me directly:
Bradleylignoski@gmail.com

braddean Lignoski · · Seattle · Joined Jun 2011 · Points: 30

Someone pm'd me about the cams. Again, just email me. I can't do bd my pm's. I came read them. It's a little ironic. I'm not a ludite. I actually teach computer science. I just find this website to be totally counterintuitive. So again, if you want a response, email me:
Bradleylignoski@gmail.com

...now, someone asked which cams (if any) were fallen on. Well, I hope all of them, or I haven't been trying hard enough. But actually there are a few that have barely gone on my rack. So, probably the following have not been fallen on:
The .75, #3, and neither of the #4's.

I get worring about tiny tcu's being fallen on 'cause the lobes can get pretty gouged up. But, big cams like these (yes, a .5 is quite big), can take hundreds of falls and still be perfectly fine. So, yeah, the .75, 1 and 2 have probably caught a few falls, but I couldn't say for sure. Does anyone seriously keep track of that?

That said, none of them have caught tons of falls. The wear indicates (the notches on the lobes) are in good shape on all of these.

Guideline #1: Don't be a jerk.

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