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Old 12-31-2013
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Re: Another "Next Generation" anchor enters the market...

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Originally Posted by smackdaddy View Post
+1000.

Unfortunately, you just disagreed with Ausp. Say hello to his ignore list.
Dave is a pretty reasonable guy, IMHO, so I doubt that will happen. I am just surprised by his take on all this, especially his take on Rocna not copying.. I would expect that sort of support from others I know, but did not expect if from Dave...

Disclaimer: I own & use a Rocna but still to this day find their (The Smith's & Bambury's) behavior & ethics sickening & despicable. Some of the worst I have seen in this industry. Sadly it has become a real black eye on the anchor industry as a whole and thanks to them it is likely no one will ever trust what any anchor manufacturer says..
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