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Lead-free fishing weights.
An example of the element Tin

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Lead-free fishing weights.
Melted down and allowed to cool in the standard graphite crucible used for several metal samples. Environmental concerns have prompted a switch from lead to tin for fishing sinkers.Purchased at Walmart in April 2002. Source originally suggested by Ed Pegg.
Source: Walmart
Contributor: Theodore Gray
Acquired: 24 April, 2002
Price: $14/10 bags of weights
Size: 1.25"
Purity: >95%
Sample Group: Fishing Weights
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