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  • Sara Hamblin

    pvc pipe forts

  • Tawnya Thompson

    PVC Pipe (lego) fort building set

  • LaDonna Cook

    Strong Armor blogger gave PVC pipes cut at different lengths to boys for Christmas. Hours of building fun and creative mind work! Would be fun for Cub Scouts.

  • Laura Serff

    PVC erector set. Christmas gift idea.

  • Diane Gardiner

    Best toy/game for little boys ever. PVC Pipe for building forts, guns, swords, boxes. Great for scouts as well.

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