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Old 04-28-2013, 05:44 PM
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Wow - haven't seen that one yet! Do you have to buy 1 brass case for every 6 primers and bullets? If you buy an annealing kit can you stretch to one case for every 12?

That is a stupid rule, and does not stop hoarding. If you have to limit to "normal" quantities I can understand (like, not letting someone buy 5K primers). These wannbe MBA sales policies are nutty. I like the idea of keeping lists!
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Old 04-28-2013, 07:49 PM
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Wow - haven't seen that one yet! Do you have to buy 1 brass case for every 6 primers and bullets? If you buy an annealing kit can you stretch to one case for every 12?

That is a stupid rule, and does not stop hoarding. If you have to limit to "normal" quantities I can understand (like, not letting someone buy 5K primers). These wannbe MBA sales policies are nutty. I like the idea of keeping lists!
Yup, it is just plain stupid. It was always my understanding that when you are in business, you are supposed to sell. But, hey, maybe that's just me.
As Broz said, it will eventually settle down and their business practices in difficult times may haunt them in good times.

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Old 04-29-2013, 05:07 AM
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This is not good. In the next few days it is the month of May and the two gun stores owners I know still have no clue when they will see Hodgdon powder. I can't make my guns go bang without powder. Sure I have enough to last me but I would like to build a 6BR for woodchucks and I need other powder for that.
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Yup. I visited there the other day and bought a new Remington 700 with detachable magazine. I went to buy ammo and they said they could only sell me five cartridges unless I bought another magazine. NO, not really, but it needed to be said. I have a LONG memory.
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Old 05-04-2013, 07:10 PM
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Yup. I visited there the other day and bought a new Remington 700 with detachable magazine. I went to buy ammo and they said they could only sell me five cartridges unless I bought another magazine. NO, not really, but it needed to be said. I have a LONG memory.
HAHAHA! That is ridiculous! I would have told them where they could have shoved that extra magazine along with the 5 extra rounds if they fit!
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Old 05-04-2013, 10:09 PM
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will they sell you 1 bullet, 1 primer and an exact amount of powder needed to propel said bullet? Just wondering after all I have ever needed was 1 shot .
Yeah but will they give you a max load or just a moderate load.
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