Just asking. Do you have any personal experience with the retail sporting arms and ammunition business, or is what you are saying just an opinion?
I do in fact have personal experience. I worked in that industry for 5 years
Old Larry took advantage no if ands or buts about it. I also gave in for a few items. Always been a fan but their practices lately have pushed me away in the long run.
Gotta Buy New Red High Heels for Larrys Wife.Almost $60 per pound delivered.
What a bargain larry has bestowed upon ye
Every other distributor sells it cheaper and pays more for it than midway does. Midway also pays less for shipping than the smaller shops by volume
These savings on items and shipping never trickle down to the consumer. Thus midway is a scalper, they may not be on gunbroker but they do fleece their customers
You are probably on contract on not buying on the spot market.We just got a copper shipment a couple weeks ago and saw no significant change in price from the order we received 4 months ago. Basically we have stayed steady. Will see another order arrive in Sept. Will see then.
Our copper price is based on the commodity market on the day of shipping. The last order went up about 25 cents per pound in the total price including shipping. Shipping cost did go up due to fuel prices.You are probably on contract on not buying on the spot market.