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Old 12-20-2012, 03:08 AM   #11
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They saw the response....tough $**t.

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Old 12-20-2012, 03:18 AM   #12
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I am done with them. Jacking up the price of pmags to $60 is a good example of adding insult to injury.
What about the m855 for $899 per 1000
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Old 12-20-2012, 03:21 AM   #13
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I call a LIE!!!!

Every single site that gets back logged, puts up a statement stating such.

They're back peddling now that they realized what they did. Their actions were treasonous to us, and they think they're stupid enough to buy it.

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I can go along with maybe they were having some issues with getting overwhelmed because of Christmas and the shooting but to exploit hard working people and taking advantage of them by charging these prices is inexcusable in my opinion. I have purchased from the years ago but their prices have always been on the high side. I will do without before I support the vultures at CTD in the future.

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I call a LIE!!!!

Every single site that gets back logged, puts up a statement stating such.

They're back peddling now that they realized what they did. Their actions were treasonous to us, and they think they're stupid enough to buy it.
Boycott CTD, Dicks and Walmart. The are unconstitutional.
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They jacked up their mag prices by quadruple. What is their excuse for that. They can kiss my A$$.

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They are lieing in spades. Why if they needed to up grade did they waite until we were under a heavy shelling from the enemy forces. They could have stayed with us until after the first battles. The SOBs cut and run with the first attack.
I would never buy another damn thing from these creeps. I always stopped there when passing thru Ft. Worth. I will be getting to Dallas 2 hrs early now.

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Squak, Walmart sold out of guns. They issued a statement today in support of gun owners and AR 15's. go to Drudgereport.com and you can read it.

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Squak, Walmart sold out of guns. They issued a statement today in support of gun owners and AR 15's. go to Drudgereport.com and you can read it.
Drudge's headline was far too easily misunderstood. My thought's immediately went to WalMart was discontinuing selling firearms. I read through the article twice and couldn't figure out what Drudge was referring to.
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Walmart is standing with us so we should support them. I will never again shop at Dick's or CTD.

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