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Magazines, guns n ammo etc.......

Discussion in 'Smart Shopper' started by misternapps, May 22, 2002.

  1. misternapps

    misternapps

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    http://www.geocities.com/misternapps/magazinevalues
    i just want to say that if this is not allowed on this forum, notify me so that i will remove it, because, several forums have allowed it and moderators have acutally encouraged it, but some also say its "advertising", but i bought mine from there, its worth takin a look at.

    They have many magazines that people are interested in, from automobile, car and driver, motor trend, all $4.50/year, to magazines like stuff, fhm, maxim, glamour (~$10/year) as well as many other magazines, allure, brides, modern bride ($4.97/year) vogue, vanity fair, cosmo girl ($6.50/year) womens day ($8.50/year) working mother, seventeen, mens fitness bridal guide, ($3.50/year) bike magazine ($4.50/year) hunting magaznie ($10/year) guns'n'ammo $4.97... and many more!!
     
  2. glocker97

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    I ordered a couple of subscriptions from a similar source on eBay. I had my suspicions but got my first issue about 3-4 months after I ordered (and within the time frame they said to expect my first issue). I don't remember the exact price for the 3 year subscriptions, but they came out to less than 30 cents an issue (G&A, Handguns) and the mailing label has the correct expiration month/year.