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Rubber Ferrule for Shooting Sticks and Spiked Seat Sticks



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Product Code: 994

This hardened rubber ferrule is designed to fit snuggly onto the Classic Canes range of shooting sticks and spiked seat sticks. The rubber is tougher than the other ferrules in the range, to withstand the hard use to which people put their shooting sticks.

Price: 5.40 (4.50 ex VAT)

(Approx. 5.89 USD US Dollars, 5.03 EUR Euros, 670.31 JPY Japan Yen)

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