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    Walmart Re-Pack Blaster - Bobby Hull Auto

    Hi all,

    Was shopping in Walmart and spotted one of those Fairfield re-pack blasters. Inside were 4 packs of cards and a guaranteed auto. The 4 packs were 11/12 Pinnacle, 06/07 Series 2, 09/10 OPC, 11/12 OPC. Nothing really to write home about in those packs. But the auto surprised me:

    2004 Pacific Bobby Hull WHA Legends Auto 1903/1972.

    Can't say I'm disappointed in that.

    Thanks for looking - It's FT/FS if anyone is interested.


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    Wow!!! I never pull nothing good from Walmart.. I get crappy Auto's!!! lol.. Congrats.

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    Wow! I stopped buying those after pulling three Josh Holdens in a row! Great snag!!
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    Very cool. Congrats on the pull!
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    Thanks all. Thought it was a common insert signed after the fact by Bobby, but looked into it and seems it was a small 2 card exclusive set released online shortly before Pacific folded.

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    Very cool pull from one of those WalMart repacks. Nicely done
    Lee Stempniak
    (96.9%, 28 1/1's, 5 Gamers, 3 Sticks) & Cal Clutterbuck (91.0%, 21 1/1's, 1 Stick)
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