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Date Posted: 18:56:11 12/19/06 Tue
Author: Doug Cooper
Subject: Re: logistics
In reply to: paul kaye 's message, "Re: logistics" on 08:12:10 12/19/06 Tue

>i agree ... terrific helpful posts ... thank you all
>... as a point of clarification, doug cooper, above,
>mentioned a "UPS drop point" ... could someone please
>elaborate on what this is, and how you ship there ...
>this really seems like the way to go
>again, thank you all
>paul kaye

Paul you ship it to a UPS store or distribution center. they hold it for you for pickup.

Fred is right on the gun case - if I did not fly back east 4-5 times a year from Idaho, I would ship my sword or rifle as well. My case has paid for itself many times over in the last 3 years. For just one time, ship it.


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