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Old 03-29-2013, 11:12 PM   #31
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I am of two minds on this:

ONE-- The market reigns and if there are no customers at those prices then they will lower their prices until customers return. The market will fix it. Somebody is apparently willing to pay the prices. I'm not, but that's a different matter.

TWO-- There are tons of new gun owners and shooters who are in a place of "Have gun...don't have ammo." Even if those people buy their ammo at CTD now because of the greater demand for those products, they will not become part of a loyal consumer base. I used to love love love CTD and would pore over their catalogs like they were a magazine. No longer. They are not being straight up.

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They are absolute f#cking SCUM!!!

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Their not Cheaper than Dirt, their Higher than Hell!

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I said I'd never order from them when they were the first to fold after newtown... After seeing this, I swear I'll do everything I can to make sure they never get another dime from anyone I know.

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I'm not affiliated in any way, shape or form with Sportsmansguide.com, but they have always been inexpensive, and have great customer service! I've been buying from them for years and years, check them out!

Become a member, you'll save even more dough!

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Their not Cheaper than Dirt, their Higher than Hell!
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Hoss I paid higher than that at the time and I felt like I got ripped off, i paid like $17 a box.
And they're charging 3 times that
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"Let the buyer beware"

We don't need to buy ammo that expensive. If you look hard enough and have patience you will find it cheaper. And the truth is there is never anything in a pawn shop you really need, much less for the prices they charge. Like I've said before, people who take advantage of others for gain always have an excuse; in this case apparently even we fools who didn't choose to elect a Kenyan to run (ruin) America are fair game to be taken advantage of... Thankfully that isn't always the "American Way".

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