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Old 05-18-2012, 01:37 PM   #11
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Thanks for the help. I just got a marlin 2000 & need to get a bunch of different target ammo ( ely, CCI green tag, aiguille ect) to see what it likes. Locally I have found

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Old 05-18-2012, 01:39 PM   #12
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Scheels has one, cabalas has 2. I need more than 3 brands to test the .22

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Old 05-18-2012, 09:15 PM   #13
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If you live near a Cabela's you can order from their website and have it shipped to one of their stores without having to pay shipping charges. I order from www.cabelas.com all the time. They really do have pretty good prices, especially when there is a sale. When ordering something online any shipping charges have to be factored into the total cost of the goods. Sometimes what appears to be a good price is not so good when shipping charges are added.

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I like the Sportsman guide myself... I never had any problems!

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Old 05-18-2012, 09:24 PM   #15
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I was just on CTD's site and see they are adding a $2.99 handling charge to the total just like Natchez Shooters.

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I noticed shipping was high. Thats why I haven't ordered anything from there. I have been looking around for a box of 100 rds for my 12 to go shoot some clays. and I can't beat bass pros 32 bucks for some bird shot.
I dont know about ware you are from, but around hear Walmart has it for $22.
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Same here, 100 shells of birdshot for a little over $20 at walmart. I buy most of my ammo from there because of the price. I can get slugs for $8 a box of 15 i believe.

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I found that buying from Walmart, big 5, even bass pro shop is cheaper than ordering online only because the shipping cost is so much.

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I ordered some ammo from Palmetto state armory. Charged me 6 bucks shipping whether I ordered 1 box or 10. Turned out it was cheaper than I could get it from Wally world.

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The curious thing about it is, a couple of years ago when we were going through an ammo shortage, especially on .380, CTD got the reputation of 'gouging' & I read a lot of comments about never doing business with them. Yet, I see that people are back to buying from them again, on every forum I go to. Now that the shortage seems to be starting again, they are back to their old tricks.

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