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  1. Glad I really don’t “need” anything.
    Wants? Now that’s a different story.
    I gotta quit opening up these posts.

      • Yeah, pretty much. That’s how I react when others ask me the same question. Fortunately, I have plenty…though “plenty” is a relative term and there’s always room for another box.

        Q: How much ammo is enough?
        A: Just one more box…

        • Haz, I seem to have this same problem. no matter how much overstock I have I always have the compulsion to buy more. This is unless its on sale, then I want to wait until I can get it at an even lower price.

      • Haha. That’s a great gif and exact reply. I was able to pick up an antique rifle in an almost “dead” caliber that I was lucky enough to score some new Hornady for. Just another caliber for the “just one more box” for it every time I can.

    • I was screwing around with one of those plastic clam shell things something else came in and decided to zip tie a single 9mm round on it for laughs. I put a $1.99 price tag on it and sent a photo to a few friends. They thought it was a real thing and asked me where I saw it.

    • They also shoot pretty good out of the box, have a smooth form factor without a lot of sharp edges to catch on the draw or gouge the carrier, are stone-axe reliable, are light and easy to carry, have a huge customization aftermarket, and come in pretty much any caliber you’d choose to shoot.

  2. 10 windowed PMAGS for $150? If that’s a deal, it’s not by much. These sell full retail for about $17 each in my neighborhood.

    But I pretty much expected there wouldn’t be too many deals this season. The box stores near me have holsters, oddball magazines, 12g trap loads, and .17HMR by the box. Lots of hunting rifles, revolvers, and 1911s. The true LGSes are a little better off.

    • Deal is relative I guess…saw one NW IN gunshop touting “2 gen2 Magpul 30rd mags for $40” while another not far away shop had a bunch for a normal $12.99. Then again the owner of Westforth couldn’t believe Blythes/Griffith had 30 or 40 Maverick88’s a month ago. I can’t find 10rd9 AR mags for target shooting either!

      • Midway has blemished Lancer L5AWM 10-round AR mags for $12.99. Their house brand Stoner steel mags in 10-rounds is selling for the same price. Free shipping if one orders over $49 worth of stuff. A few other places online have 10-rounders for a little less but then one has to include shipping.

        I personally like 20-rounders as they are (usually) about the same length as the grip. A box of .223 is generally 20 rounds so it works out even. I especially like them for varmint hunting. Less mags to carry vs. 10-rounders but let’s me get prone on the ground without the gun sitting up higher when using a 30-round mag.

    • I haven’t seen many good deals around this time for a few years but I would expect even less in scarce supply times like now (vis a vis guns). Why lower prices significantly when you have people willing to pay full price?

  3. Wanted to look at the shotgun and went to Palmetto’s web sight.
    It came up and then the first pop-up, then the second and that one has no way to X out, ended up un another page. Palmetto just lost a potential buyer due to their pop-ups………

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