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Avery 30 Foot Floating Check Cord

  • Brand:Avery Outdoors Inc
  • Category:Sports
  • List Price: $34.99
  • Buy New: $29.99
  • as of 10/25/2014 01:21 UTC details
  • You Save: $5.00 (14%)
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New (2) from $29.99
  • Seller:Mack's Prairie Wings
  • Sales Rank:339,471
  • Media:Misc.
  • UPC:700905021703
  • EAN:0700905021703
  • ASIN:B002ISTWI8
Availability:Usually ships in 1-2 business days

Features:
  • High-visibility blaze orange polypro rope
  • Rope floats to prevent hang-ups
  • Solid brass thumb-slide snap hook
  • Leather reinforcement collar
  • 30 Feet

Editorial Reviews:
Synopsis
Teaching control at a distance is a very important step on your way to a finished hunting dog. The Avery 30 Foot Floating Check Cord is at home on the land and in the water, is durable, and will give you an edge in early training. This cord is highly visibile with blaze orange polypro rope. Features: Highly visible blaze orange polypro rope Rope floats to prevent hang-ups Solid brass thumb-slide snap hook Leather reinforcement collar Perfect on land or in the water

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