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Old 01-18-2013, 06:33 PM   #1
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I will not being doing business with classicfirearms.com again!! They charged me 13 dollars for shipping and it only cost them 5 dollars! What a rip off!!

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Old 01-18-2013, 06:34 PM   #2
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Somebody had to wrap it up, and place it in the out bin for delivery pickup...

What is 'their' time worth? Eight bucks an hour?

There is more to shipping than just the postage...

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Somebody had to wrap it up, and place it in the out bin for delivery pickup...

What is 'their' time worth? Eight bucks an hour?

There is more to shipping than just the postage...

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There is also a cost associated with packaging. They have to buy the boxes, tape, packing peanuts etc depending on what you bought as well.
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I've never been ripped off by over 100% tho

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There is also a cost associated with packaging. They have to buy the boxes, tape, packing peanuts etc depending on what you bought as well.
Yeah! What he said!

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Still.....I'm going liberal on this one! I reject your valid and reasonable arguments and substitute my reality!! *plugs my ears* lalalalalalala

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Did you get it on time? Was it what you ordered? Was the price of the item reasonable? Did they tell you the shipping would only be $5 then charge you more?

I don't here many complaints on classicarms; one of my nephews got his WASR from them.

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Two magazines for 13$ each. They charged 13$ at the time but I guess u expected it would cost something close to that. I know they make a small profit on shipping but a 130% markup is ridiculous

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Well at least they didn't run, hide and cave like some other dealers did. I've never ordered from them, but they seem to be an up front company.

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I've used Classic Arms before, and my experience was pleasant. Did they tell you what the shipping would be before you finished your order? If so, you accepted it and shouldn't complain about something you agreed to.

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