May 23, 2009
Whats wrong with this Salesman Sample Canoe Paddle?
June 5, 2015
November 1, 2013
More like, what's not wrong with it. Pure fantasy.
Probably. However, who'd have believed WRA once sold ice skates, if not for their ads? Considering the fantastic variety of miscellaneous products once sold by WRA during their hardware phase (or rather, fiasco), I'd not rule out absolutely that canoe paddles once figured into their grand scheme of becoming the "Sears & Roebuck" of the arms industry.
Anyway, it's "guaranteed authentic"! Would an ebay seller lie?
November 7, 2015
But wait, there's more! For an additional $9995 in shipping charges we'll throw in a genuine 36" Winchester canoe!
May 23, 2009
I just fell in love with it when I saw the year "1871" on it. Because evidently that was a monumental year, we will just ignore the years 1866 & 1873 and go with one in between those. You also gotta love that the "Winchester" logo has the copyright symbol next to it, nobody ignored that detail.
Plus the description says, Used “WONDERFUL GUARANTEED TO BE AUTHENIC” , so you know its legit. And its a "Very Rare Winchester Item", must be as its probably to only one in existence, I mean at least until we can produce another one.
I guess if she throws in the 36" canoe, I'll consider making her an offer on the set.
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