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Old 07-13-2011, 11:54 PM   #11
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Kinda high shipping cost. I always check s/h before I buy, and figure it into total cost.

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one last thing then im done typing in this thread.

just cuz you were too lazy to read their shipping policy and didnt want to chip a nail dialing the phone to ask a question doesnt mean the vendor is crooked.

one of these days your gonna end up as part of steve jobs' human centipad...

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I agree with towboater.

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How about you put on some big-boy drawers, shut up, get in the car and go to the Arms Room in League City (or any other gun store near you for that matter) and try and buy mags and a pouch for that cheap.
Be honored that you got more than one response while being a troll.

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one last thing then im done typing in this thread.

just cuz you were too lazy to read their shipping policy and didnt want to chip a nail dialing the phone to ask a question doesnt mean the vendor is crooked.

one of these days your gonna end up as part of steve jobs' human centipad...
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that extra two or three bucks is worth the paper,bubble wrap,styrofoam,ect. that any company selling/shipping goods using UPS

UPS takes pride in smashing packages,i know i have watched the truck loaders at the terminals chunking the hell out of packages into the trucks.

i work on UPS trucks for a living (paint & body)those package cars have 1/4 think aluminum panels & when they come into our shop,the outties as we call'em can stick out of the sides of these trucks 3/4inch or moreit makes me realize/understand why most places use so much packaging material if they are using UPS for thier shipping.

i'd rather pay that 2 bucks or so extra just so when i see big brown pull up,i dont have to worry about sending the item back...most the time it works out like this...of course packing materials & cardboard want hold up to a forklift

by the way...i have bought from centerfiresystems also,and never had a problem w/shipping & handling...i'm a tight SOB

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that extra two or three bucks is worth the paper,bubble wrap,styrofoam,ect. that any company selling/shipping goods using UPS

UPS takes pride in smashing packages,i know i have watched the truck loaders at the terminals chunking the hell out of packages into the trucks.

i work on UPS trucks for a living (paint & body)those package cars have 1/4 think aluminum panels & when they come into our shop,the outties as we call'em can stick out of the sides of these trucks 3/4inch or moreit makes me realize/understand why most places use so much packaging material if they are using UPS for thier shipping.

i'd rather pay that 2 bucks or so extra just so when i see big brown pull up,i dont have to worry about sending the item back...most the time it works out like this...of course packing materials & cardboard want hold up to a forklift

by the way...i have bought from centerfiresystems also,and never had a problem w/shipping & handling...i'm a tight SOB
There is no way them AK Mags can be damaged in shipping, NO WAY you could just ship them in a paper sack like the Taliban carries them.
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There is no way them AK Mags can be damaged in shipping, NO WAY you could just ship them in a paper sack like the Taliban carries them.
Well, here is a tip then, stop bitching and moaning like a little baby and go buy the damn things on your own. Get a tank of gas on the way too, ya freakin baby! Jeez!
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if you really think AK mags cant be damaged in shipping ...good luck to ya

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