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Old 01-10-2013, 01:50 AM   #71
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Oh and for those interested cheaper than dirt got pmags for only $100.

Its being discussed in another thread I just wanted to post that here, kinda like a record of places that let their interpretation of " fair market price " get clouded and stoking the fire.

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Originally Posted by Bear304inc View Post
Theres nothing wrong with having a rifle that you want to sell and then selling it to a person for a completely fair (current) market (if not cheaper) price ,, its the hoarders and bottom feeding gougers that are creating and fueling this ridiculous cycle. STOP OVERBUYING,,,,, AND HOARDING PEOPLE!!!! End of the day , DEMAND drives prices up,,
WE are driving prices up on ourf*****g selves..... If you need something and have to have it, buy it. If you are panicking and following the rest of the lemmings over the cliff,, buying s**t just to stock pile like its never going to be sold again ( "assault " weapons excluded ) Then we are perpetuating the retarded cycle.
I agree man. I sold my Mini at market value (even a little below based on the current Gunbroker prices). But I think going out and buying every single AR you can find at rock-bottom Walmart prices and then flipping them for 3-5x the price, is messed up. I also think that people buying ammo they don't need is ridiculous as well.

I ran into a guy at Walmart the other night. I was walking over to the ammo cabinet to see if they had anything in stock and he was looking at something else nearby. I made a comment about the lack of ammo and he said something along the lines of, "Yeah, I've been buying up every bit I can find. Got a guy checking the back right now to see if there's anything available, but it's not lookin' good. Hell, I've been buying up stuff I don't even need. I figure it'll be worth more than gold here in a few months. Got thousands and thousands of rounds stocked up ready to sell to the highest bidder." I just walked away.

Dude was a jerk. I'm there trying to get some cheap plinking ammo and that jack wagon was trying to buy up everything that was left to make a profit. I hope this AWB falls through and he loses his ass on all that ammo he's been stocking up.

A lot of people are doing that with PMAGs, etc. It's unreal that "gun enthusiasts" would be trying to screw other people. Yeah... I know it's a free market and what not, but screwing people just for the sake of screwing people is wrong and I can't wait to watch all these people have to eat their hats for doing it.

They're causing the problem.
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