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    Not necessarily a sale an AR-15s, but ammo, scopes, accessories, stuff like that.

    Don't get the paper here...

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    Heard a commentator on the radio say that the BEST sales this year will come closer to christmas. With the economy being a little slow due to high gas prices, high interest rates, and lower housing values (lots of people use their home equity like an ATM and reduced values mean less equity to borrow against), people are likely to squeeze their dollars tighter and merchants will be lowering prices several times in order to get sales. Gun's may not go down but scopes and other accessories may well do so.
    "If I shoot all the ammo I am carrying I either won't need anymore or more won't help"

    "If you refuse to stand up for others now, who will stand up for you when your time comes?"

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    Hopefully ammo will come down in price :celebrate



    But probably not

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    Boom Shakalaka wrote:
    Hopefully ammo will come down in price :celebrate



    But probably not
    Since the price of ammo is currently driven by the war and by the United Nations pressure on everyone on earth to stop selling "small arms" it isn't going to come down. Sorry.

    However, Rock River Arms is knocking $70 off their kits. CAR A4 kit with chrome lined barrel and everything but stripped lower for $612. Can't OC it though (although I suppose you could try) .

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    Cheaper than dirt has a very good deal on .45acp 230gr Hydra Shok's. Only $27.96 (+S&H) for a box of 50.

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    Over at Sams Gun Shop in Everettwe arehaving A big sale this weekend.

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    Agent 47 wrote:
    Over at Sams Gun Shop in Everettwe arehaving A big sale today.
    Might be up there today. I might have to stop in, say hello.

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    I needed some powder & bullets and since I didn't spend any money at Cabela's, my best friend Tom & I dropped in on Sunday. Plus he needed some ammo for the S&W M&P AR15 he bought Saturday.

    Sorry we missed you A47. Tom was wanting your opinion on AR mags and I thought you usually worked on Sundays. I'd never dealt with the youngguy behind the counter before. Is he new?

    Y'alldid have some nice toys on sale. What kind of mags do you have (or can you get)for those Saiga 20s?

    I was shocked at the lack of safes on display. I've never see that area look so empty. Looks like business has been real good. It's nice to see that more people are realizing that a good safe (yeah, yeah, I know technically they are Residental Security Containers) is a wise investment.



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    BluesBear wrote:
    I needed some powder & bullets and since I didn't spend any money at Cabela's, my best friend Tom & I dropped in on Sunday. Plus he needed some ammo for the S&W M&P AR15 he bought Saturday.

    Sorry we missed you A47. Tom was wanting your opinion on AR mags and I thought you usually worked on Sundays. I'd never dealt with the youngguy behind the counter before. Is he new?

    Y'alldid have some nice toys on sale. What kind of mags do you have (or can you get)for those Saiga 20s?

    I was shocked at the lack of safes on display. I've never see that area look so empty. Looks like business has been real good. It's nice to see that more people are realizing that a good safe (yeah, yeah, I know technically they are Residental Security Containers) is a wise investment.

    I used to work Sundays, now Nick works that day with Jim. We only have the 5 round factory mags for the Saiga but I think mag-gar makes a high capacity. And yeah, safes have been selling like crazy, ( must havesomething to do with Everett being the third most dangerous city in the state:what

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    Is Nick sort of a young skinny kid? He's a real hoot.

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    Yep, that's him.

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