: Action Optics Inventory Purge
I finally after 4 years found the perfect pair of glasses and am ready to sell off my other 2.
Action Optics / Lost River sunglasses
Same as Doublespey just had up for sale. Glass lenses , clearwater copper.
Give me your best offer.
Also have some Action Optics Otis glass lenses in key largo grey with mirrored lenses. They have a small scratch in the mirrored finish but it is not noticable unless you really look for it.
Best offer on these as well.
Both good glasses but they do not fit my face well.
08-20-2003, 08:46 PM
Lost River...$45. + shipping?!
Jim D. aced me out'a the last pair...but this time I'm ready...
Standing by to stand by...
08-20-2003, 09:04 PM
$50 + shipping
08-20-2003, 09:48 PM
$55. plus shipping AND you can stay at Area 61 should you ever cross over to the PharSide (of the canal)... :eyecrazy:
Pete; that DSM guy from Michigan looks to have the Bidding Fever. Seems the ideal way out of this would be if someone else would post another pair. Then we all could look really cool and be happy. Anyone...... Worst case you don't get them I'll sell you mine for$90 and I'll pay the shipping. J.D.....(when does this end)
08-21-2003, 07:41 AM
Jim...I got out on Roopmeisters fishing machine yesterday...Choppy snotty wets and fun...looking for Spanish macs but only managed blues...when I got home and started to rinse off some salt I discovered a cracked lense in my Lost Rivers...No idea how that happened but now I'm on a mission.
I bought those glasses as a gift and had no idea you were going without. Seeing as how you and DSM are active in the sport and I am doing other things, lets make a deal. Brian is sending his pair at $60+$5 for s+h. I would be more than glad to pass those on to you if DSM would match that price in the other auction. If that is agreeable to all parties and assuming no other bidders come forward, we could work out the details with Sean.. What say you lads....... J.D.
08-21-2003, 09:11 AM
I would probably match the price. I really am intersted in the glasses. Let me know!
Whatever you all want to work out is fine with me.
Sounds to me like Dan and Sean can work out their own deal Pete. Sorry to get in the way of you active F.F.. When the glasses come my way Pete I will let you know. T.L..... J.D.
08-21-2003, 01:48 PM
The only circumstance that you might possibly get in the way would be to block my path to an all-you-can-eat buffet!
On another note...What's the preferred attire for sitting in a deer blind?!:confused:
08-21-2003, 07:38 PM
Sean your call. I will take them if you want to give them up.
Oh My Captain My Captain; the dress code for the day is orange. Bright orange and lots of it. Truth be told, all that fawn colored Simms gear will put you in a world of hurt. Shotgun country with the Amish intent on reaping anything that looks like a deer. We travel on 1000 acres of private property but trespassing is a problem. Spare clothing is not. I've spent the boys inheritance on every piece of orange clothing at Marshalls of Paris. Queer Eye For the Straight Guy would p*** their knickers if they saw us in costume come Nov. No need to buy a thing. Just bring two pairs of your boots. Randall,Browning,clothing, and beer on Mark and me. When your new glasses arrive I will let you know... Regards. Jim and Shirl...........
08-22-2003, 11:53 AM
So I guess my old combat controller dark ops camo casual wear will be OK for lodge image but ORANGE will better bring out my ashen winter demeaner!?:rolleyes:
You should check with Smith (owners of Action Optics) they are great with their repair / warranty stuff. I have a 15 yr old pair of photochromatic lenses and the frame broke - they are fitting my lenses into a new frame for $35 - you can't beat that! They can be reached at email@example.com - give it a try.
09-09-2003, 01:50 PM
'Been there...'Done that...
A great warranty/repair service to be sure...and they called me about a week ago just to say they received my glasses...
One more good reason to support a sponsor!
A CLASS ACT!:smokin: