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Discussion in 'Caliber Corner' started by DrtyHarry, Mar 18, 2013.
Not businesses,..... individuals.
And that is what I will do.
What!? That's crazy! Individuals aren't allowed to make money. This is America!
Monarchs and Tul were about $5 per 20 round box.
the monarchs also had 50 round boxes for about $30 - $35
Exactly what I was thinking. Please explain why having family in law enforcement gets YOU free ammo?
Well, I have a rather large chunk of land down south in Bama and a few different agencies use my land to perform different kinds of practice drills. I even get to play with some of their new toys they test.
I don't charge them, all I ask is that they let me handle the firearms. Sometimes they leave me a case or two of ammo. So is it considered "free"....well, depends on how you look at it. I make them burgers and hotdogs when I know they are coming.
I never ask them for anything....I'm just glad I can help them out where I can.
sounds like a fair trade-think others are jealous you get free ammo and don't really have to worry about the midnight door kick\gun confiscation without at least a heads up.
You got that right, brother. Ammo prices are skyrocketing!
LOL, that's probably right. Like I said, I never ask them to give me anything....just ask to handle and in a few cases shoot some of their toys. I should invite them more often to help me stock up....lol.
In Nov 2011, I paid $289/1000 shipped for Federal XM193 from Brownells. I think that was last time I bought any.
Those prices are long gone.