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I know it's out of the norm to ask for opinions but I need to know if I'm on the right track here! I took an old favorite and put my own twist on it. I also need to know if $11.50 is priced right per game which would include shipping to the continental US. They are made from poplar & .223 brass shells. So tell me what do you think?

Kelly
Henderson, KY
 

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that's that peg game where you try to see the least amount you can leave on the board. pretty nifty idea! i think you got a cool idea going there. let me know when you get ready to start selling them. i like it!

$11.50 per game seems like a reasonable price to me.
 

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I agree with axxe.
I've seen then at Cracker Barrels and other restaurants throughout the Southern States. Never learned how to play but they look interesting.
$11.50 sound more than fair to me. Including a set of instructions for us newbies would be helpful.
Should interest most any sportsman, outdoors-man or even military. If you use social media to promote them, you could have a second job.
Just a thought; you might want to check on copyrights???
 

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I don't like it but if i could make money off playing golf like the pros, i would love it.

Anyways not meaning to hijack this thread sorry. I would like that great idea! Kentucky Transplant :cool:
 

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Kelly, my thoughts would be, if you have a bunch of those to sell, they would probably sell pretty good at a gun show. or you might see if a LGS might let you set up a display and sell them in their store. with the way they look and the price, i think they should sell pretty good. i think you have come up with a different approach to an old game.
 

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Thanks for the replies Everyone! I now have several made. If those interested want to purchase one, just send me a message! Thanks again for the info!
 

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Kelly, my thoughts would be, if you have a bunch of those to sell, they would probably sell pretty good at a gun show. or you might see if a LGS might let you set up a display and sell them in their store. with the way they look and the price, i think they should sell pretty good. i think you have come up with a different approach to an old game.
That would be a smart move.

It's your target audience and packaged properly it could sit on the counter.
 
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