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Old 11-15-2006, 06:23 PM
SSPey SSPey is offline
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Echo2 and CND Atlantis

Does anyone know which of the Echo2 scando rods accepts a grain load similar to the CND Atlantis 9/10 for overhead casting?

interested specifically in overhead. The Atlantis is nice - the Echo2 considerably cheaper.

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