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    SOLD: RRS BH40 Pro II

    I have a beautiful condition RRS BH40 ball head with the pro-II clamp.
    The catalog description of the item may be viewed at the RRS site[1].

    The head is in perfect clean immaculate condition.
    I am offering this head for about 30% of the RRS price or $255.00 which includes priority mail shipment to the continental US and checks and Paypal accepted.
    -bob

    [1] http://reallyrightstuff.com/rrs/Cust...-40-Pro-II&eq=

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    Re: FS: RRS BH40 Pro II

    A PM was just sent.

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    Re: FS: RRS BH40 Pro II

    Sale pending

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    Re: FS: RRS BH40 Pro II

    Sold!

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    Re: SOLD: RRS BH40 Pro II

    Why are you selling such a great head Bob? In love with mine...
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    Re: SOLD: RRS BH40 Pro II

    I liked mine too, but after adding an Arca Cube to my kit, and one of the new Gitzos
    it is kind of unnecessary. I actually liked the Gitzo a bit more since when partially snugged down, it locks side to side motion but allows a bit of fore and back, which is really useful.
    -bob

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