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Old 03-04-2012, 11:54 PM   #1
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Does or has anyone put an AR or accessories on a credit card?

Sorry for the strange questions but I'm curious.
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Old 03-05-2012, 12:00 AM   #2
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Once I pay off my computer in June, I plan to buy a Trijion on mine and that'll be it
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I've bought lowers and uppers (different times) on a cc. Why?
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Purchased all kinds of stuff, including an SKS with a C/C. No problems/worries, until March 1st, when some a**hole got information somehow, and ordered a barbeque grill from Sears. I found out that if you live in Californika, you can find out where the perp lives, I don't but found out the jerk lives in Fort McCoy Florida. Hope the cops nail their butts.
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Does or has anyone put an AR or accessories on a credit card?
I use a CC for lots of purchases, internet at the register, etc.

When I make the deal I ask if there is a cash discount available. If not I go for the Bass Pro points. Then I pay the bill in full when it arrives.

If I don't have the cash to pay the bill, I wait until I do.

I do NOT pay interest on things I want, only on something I need, house, car, etc.

Right now I am debt free, no house payment, no car payment. That is true freedom.
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I always use a CC for obvious security reasons and because it's so easy. Then pay off card with bank account.
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I use a CC for most everything because it's easy. I specifically use a CC at gun shows because I don't want to carry a large amount of cash around for a potential purchase.
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Cool. I started wondering how wide CC use was after seeing an increase in references pertaining to CC use.

We always joke about addiction and BRD. I'm glad it hasn't gotten out of hand
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Purchased all kinds of stuff, including an SKS with a C/C. No problems/worries, until March 1st, when some a**hole got information somehow, and ordered a barbeque grill from Sears. I found out that if you live in Californika, you can find out where the perp lives, I don't but found out the jerk lives in Fort McCoy Florida. Hope the cops nail their butts.
Unrelated to firearms, but a buddy of mine had his ID stolen when he was in the hospital with what was supposed to be terminal cancer (he lived and is still alive today). The cops wouldn't lift a finger to help him so he checked himself out of the cancer ward and hunted the guy down. The whole amazing story is here http://www.msnbc.msn.com/id/10584944/#.T1Q3sPWiZXI

The story of his beating cancer is just as unbelievable, read that while you are there.
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