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Old 10-23-2017, 7:45 AM
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Default Trade for Hunting Land Access near San Luis Obispo

Looking for wingshooting and long range squirrel shooting around the Central Coast. I am a 65 yr old sporting goods dealer in San Luis Obispo, and would like to trade items you might need at my dealer cost for hunting access. If interested in chatting about it, please PM me and I'll provide a phone and email. Thx, Gary
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Old 10-29-2017, 6:41 AM
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Old 10-29-2017, 11:25 AM
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Sux don't it?
i tried for years to do a similar deal in exchange for my professional services.

Look at it this way:
What you are bargaining for is in essence a contract to discharge fire arms on their property (in california,"land of lawyers") with someone they don't know.

What you offer is wholesale price on something they would already have if they wanted it.

The two points of implying they are cheap and stupid coupled with you really not putting anything of value up don't bode well for your proposition.

just saying.
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Old 10-29-2017, 11:45 AM
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Sux don't it?
i tried for years to do a similar deal in exchange for my professional services.

Look at it this way:
What you are bargaining for is in essence a contract to discharge fire arms on their property (in california,"land of lawyers") with someone they don't know.

What you offer is wholesale price on something they would already have if they wanted it.

The two points of implying they are cheap and stupid coupled with you really not putting anything of value up don't bode well for your proposition.

just saying.
Someone on here posted something just like this for over 2 years, Iím guessing it didnít work.

http://www.calguns.net/calgunforum/s....php?t=1101613
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Old 10-29-2017, 12:50 PM
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It's the same guy.

I don't fault him in any way, heck, anyone with property in Grizzley flat/ somerset area need a new furnace?
i'm down,it just ain't gonna happen.
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Old 10-29-2017, 1:25 PM
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Sux don't it?
i tried for years to do a similar deal in exchange for my professional services.

Look at it this way:
What you are bargaining for is in essence a contract to discharge fire arms on their property (in california,"land of lawyers") with someone they don't know.

What you offer is wholesale price on something they would already have if they wanted it.

The two points of implying they are cheap and stupid coupled with you really not putting anything of value up don't bode well for your proposition.

just saying.
No FUD please.
In California property owners are not liable for injuries sustained on their land during the course of recreational activities such voluntary hunting, you are on your own. That's a statue in Cali, look it up.
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No FUD please.
In California property owners are not liable for injuries sustained on their land during the course of recreational activities such voluntary hunting, you are on your own. That's a statue in Cali, look it up.
It's the mindset he's up against tony, try to keep up.

You can be sued for anything in California, injury, damage, neighbor doesn't like hunting and makes some claim, hunter rolls his truck and claims land owner didn't warn him that road hasn't been passable since the storm 20 years ago but now he's a quadripelegic.....what would your lawyer advise?, etc, etc.

Statute is one thing and civil is another.
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No FUD please.
In California property owners are not liable for injuries sustained on their land during the course of recreational activities such voluntary hunting, you are on your own. That's a statue in Cali, look it up.
That is only if there is no fee charged. I would imagine traded goods would be considered a fee to hunt.
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Old 10-29-2017, 2:18 PM
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He is trading nothing but a discount. He is a dreamer. If he traded hunting gear he might have a chance.
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Old 10-29-2017, 2:44 PM
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It's the same guy.

I don't fault him in any way, heck, anyone with property in Grizzley flat/ somerset area need a new furnace?
i'm down,it just ain't gonna happen.
Yea well I think you are the only one.. this clown comes in to the hunting and fishing forum , adds nothing except an anonymous solicitation for stuff he knows he won't get . If he had been a contributing member offering help to others or otherwise not looking like a mooch it would be perceived differently

Gary, my advice is you act friendly in your sporting goods store. You will probably find some one local, and looking for sporting goods.
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That is only if there is no fee charged. I would imagine traded goods would be considered a fee to hunt.
You are right about that point, thanks for noticing that, good point.
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Yea well I think you are the only one.. this clown comes in to the hunting and fishing forum , adds nothing except an anonymous solicitation for stuff he knows he won't get . If he had been a contributing member offering help to others or otherwise not looking like a mooch it would be perceived differently

Gary, my advice is you act friendly in your sporting goods store. You will probably find some one local, and looking for sporting goods.

That's the thing right there,

it's about people you have an established relationship with and would feel comfortable with you roaming the homestead, i'm not even talking about trying to scam someone.
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Old 11-11-2017, 5:02 PM
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There is a very good chance I can buy it on Amazon some ridiculously small amount over your dealer cost, so no. If I️ bought $250,000 worth of equipment from you, maybe the savings would be worth it. But, Iím not, and I️ doubt others are.


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Old 11-11-2017, 8:04 PM
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Gary, when was the last time you posted in the hunting and fishing forum not trying to get something for free ?

How do we get this bum out of here ?!

If nothing else make this guy post in the classifieds section
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Old 11-21-2017, 5:40 AM
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Old 11-21-2017, 5:56 AM
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Old 11-21-2017, 7:13 AM
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Really? Can we get this guy out of here?? ... garyyyyy??? Would you like to post about hunting or fishing topics . Please move this add to WTT or WTB
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Old 11-21-2017, 6:58 PM
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Ok I’ll bite, I got land what will you take in trade?
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Ok Iíll bite, I got land what will you take in trade?
I like where this is going, popcorn indeed.
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He wants prospects to communicate via PM, he won't respond in the open forum, that seems to be his MO.
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I have access to land in Kern County, Kelso Valley, Welding, how much off on a VX3?
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Wow, really sorry I have somehow offended some of you. I'm not sure why you feel I'm trying to get something for free. You are correct that I am not offering free goods in exchange for access but consider this....Start up costs alone, not to mention annual costs to maintain a business that allows dealer pricing with my vendors is not free. Maybe you think I am Big 5 or Walmart making bank selling sporting goods. I only wish. I am a one horse show, and barely make a profit. I, along with a lot of other small sporting goods businesses, do it for the love of guns and hunting, and to keep the 2nd amendment alive in this Sh*t hole of a State. Yes, land owners have a cost to maintain their property, just like I do my business. If they have a need for a particular item that they would normally pay retail for, this scenario keeps us both from paying a relatively small amount of money. I really don't see why some of you are making a big deal about it, but consider the above rational and maybe you will understand what I am proposing is simply an exchange of equity. If not, and unless I am somehow directly impacting you, please mind your own business. For what it's worth, I have made some great contacts and met some nice people with my offer, and I'm thankful they weren't as cynical as some of you.
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tony270, sorry I have been pretty busy and haven't been on this forum for a bit, but I'll get back to you with my cost on the VX3 via PM.
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Het tony270 i have a Leupold vx2 4-12x50mm with Ao for a deal or maybe trade for hunting. PM me.
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I hate to say this knock on doors
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MJB, thanks for the constructive suggestion. yes that sometimes works, just not enough time to do it.
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If you do not have time to knock on doors or get to know the land owner you do not have time to hunt.
You need to put a little bit of effort into getting a hunting place unless you think the owner should search you out and offer to have animals tied to a tree for you.
If you are too busy to put out any effort then you do not have time to hunt either.
Just how I see it as someone raised on a ranch.
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It's took me 10 years to get access to the 1200 acres I currently hunt. Having some guy save me some small amount of cash is not worth the liability.

I put hundreds of hours and thousands of dollars into the ranch I hunt every year. It's an investment of time and money.

As a suggestion, you may want to offer not only your services of being able to save somebody a little bit of money. But lending a helping hand around the property. The three properties I typically hunt, I gained access by doing the landowners favors around the farm.


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Took me years to get access in Parkfield. A lot of materials and sweat equity.

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If you run a shooting goods store, have you thought about getting to know some of your customers that are hunters and seeing if they will take you out? The best hunting connections are generally not the ones you meet online. I met people at the gun range and in the neighborhood. I had talked to my neighbor for months before he invited me hunting. It is hard for people to see your gun handling skills and ability to keep a secret online.

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Took me years to get access in Parkfield. A lot of materials and sweat equity.
This is 2018! Now a days you can you can trade a sweet set of roller blades, at a discounted price, for private property hunting access.
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Took me years to get access in Parkfield. A lot of materials and sweat equity.

My spot is in Parkfield too! What ranch?


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Van Horn's Next to Millers. I just found out the the son who inherited ranch wife died after liver transplant. I will call and see if ranch still accepting hunters

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