Bil-Lit custom lighter (again)

Charlie Mike

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Managed to score the last ones. Brass lighter is sold. I owned the brass version a few years ago but sold it when I was hard up. This one is aluminum and is going to be a keeper.



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Charlie Mike

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I really dig that 110... is that brass?
 

Charlie Mike

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$125 for the one I have.
 
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bumping this up because another batch popped up on the bay. Managed to snag one and am STOKED!!!
 

BladeScout

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Beautiful lighters. Im a huge fan of Zippos and have a bunch, but in the end got fed up with the Zippo fuel evaporating. Will the fuel last longer in these Bil-lit lighters, as they look to be sealed better or is it the same as with Zippos?
 

Charlie Mike

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Beautiful lighters. Im a huge fan of Zippos and have a bunch, but in the end got fed up with the Zippo fuel evaporating. Will the fuel last longer in these Bil-lit lighters, as they look to be sealed better or is it the same as with Zippos?

They do evaporate. As a smoker, I didn't notice the time period because I always topped it off.

Just checked his ebay store... 1 lighter left... and I bought it. Since I'm back on the cigarettes, might as well fire up with the best!
 
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