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Okay you guys......did I just buy the right Colt. It is identified as the Bosch Colt PR20EVSK. I bought it case, guide and three new PCable bits for $80.
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Okay you guys......did I just buy the right Colt. It is identified as the Bosch Colt PR20EVSK. I bought it case, guide and three new PCable bits for $80.
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Great choice, Warren.. I sure like mine. When I first got it, it was my second hand-held router. The first one was a 15-lb plunging tank, so when I first went to use it, I couldn't hardly believe how easy it was to maneuver!

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Thanks BigJim. I have memories-not so fond- of the North Slope before there was one well there. And I was on hand the day we sold the leases . We quickly put the deposit checks in a bag, stuffed it into a 727 and flew the big bucks to N.York bankers as fast as it could go.
After all......a couple HOURS extra interest on $980-million bucks adds up.
She was all down hill from there..........
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I have the Colt PR10. I got a very good deal on it or I would have held out for the PR20. Still going to get that one with the full accessory kit. Saw it at the wood show, was oooohhhh sooooo tempted.

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Thanks BigJim. I have memories-not so fond- of the North Slope before there was one well there. And I was on hand the day we sold the leases . We quickly put the deposit checks in a bag, stuffed it into a 727 and flew the big bucks to N.York bankers as fast as it could go.
After all......a couple HOURS extra interest on $980-million bucks adds up.
She was all down hill from there..........

You're right there... a billion bucks here, a billion bucks there... before long, it adds up to some real money! <g>

One thing's for sure... The State was wise to use a bunch of that money to start the Permanent Fund. Being a resource state, some day they will deplete, and the earnings on that fund will help provide basic service for the people!

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