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The Duncan Professional yo-yo was originally introduced in 1971 by Duncan. In 1974 it changed shape from the tournament shape to the Slimline shape. Since then it has been used as their primary advertising yo-yo up until recently. When Duncan Acquired Playmaxx it started using their ProYo for the bulk of its yo-yo advertising, all but discontinuing the Professional Slimline. There have been many versions of the Professional including the Superhero line, most of their advertising and even for the 1979 Duncan Yo-yo Olympics.
The AKC (of Maniago Italy) 7.75" slimline lever lock also came in today's mail. This is a slender lever lock auto that has cocobolo scales, a 3.25" spear point (swedge point) .12" thick stainless steel blade and a 4.5" handle. The svelte knife is slender with a .60" handle. (It can virtually...
KAK Slimline Flash can in 5/8x24. Bought new for a 6.8 pistol build, but turns out the threads were 1/2x28. I got another one in the right size so this is up for grabs. No scuffs or dings/scratches.
$25 shipped to you, or $20 cash FTF in the Oly/Tacoma area.
I can take Paypal or USPS MO.