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 hope its ok to add these here fox nets made with 1.1cross braided nylon on 2" brass rings  double knotted these nets are made to last  and are 7ft6 long they are long enough for single or double pegs [2mm draw cords to be add when you let me know if it single or double you want] plenty people off this site have had nets from me and will vouch for my nets [ 4ft rabbit nets also available] 

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22 minutes ago, Netmaker said:

 hope its ok to add these here fox nets made with 1.1cross braided nylon on 2" brass rings  double knotted these nets are made to last  and are 7ft6 long they are long enough for single or double pegs [2mm draw cords to be add when you let me know if it single or double you want] plenty people off this site have had nets from me and will vouch for my nets [ 4ft rabbit nets also available] 

these are 6ft6 not 7ft6 the white net is a 4ft rabbit net

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