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marinalocust commented on US14 Ring XIX: Tritium (Silver) by Tofty
March 4, 2016
US14 Ring XIX: Tritium (Silver)
marinalocust Also do you sell your rings with the tritium vials already installed in the ring?
marinalocust @Tofty yeah I didn't consider on the amount of money that would be going into the tritium vials. Mm, I was trying to look for a ring that resemble one if black badgers works. One is called "Moonglow and isotope ring" http://www.blackbadger.se/shop/isotope-titanium-and-moonglow/ And of course I'm sorta on a budget lol so I didn't want to over spend till maybe later
marinalocust So how much for a fully assembled raring II"? (The one that has tritium rods all around the ring itself)


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