Fellow BOGs, I'm trying to post as many past prices, rules, etc. related to firearms. I'll start with a few. Feel free to add what you remember. Remember when: 1. Before martial law, civilians have more modern weapons than the police? 2. Reloads were at P2.00 each? 3. There were so many WCC 5.56mm rounds that they only cost P0.50 in loose packs, and P1.00 in boxes. Ammo box included if you decide to buy one. 4. Permits to Carry was issued FREE OF CHARGE by the provincial commander. There was a specific warning at the back that said "this permit to carry is issued for free. Not to be sold." 5. WW 231, Mulwex, and Bullseye were the most popular (and widely available) powders in the market? 6. Hensley and Gibbs #68 was the most popular bullet head for a .45 round. 7. Bo-Mars became so popular that you could hardly see one on display at Greenhills? 8. During the .45 single stack era in IPSC, Wilson 8 round stainless magazines sold for P1,200.00? 9. Bar-Sto barrels became very popular among IPSC shooters? 10. The "old" Safariland holsters from the 80's revolutionized the speed holsters craze and technology?