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Just saw this on cheaper than dirt website.
 

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  • A self serving political gambit for the Texas AG
  • With the BLM rioting and 7 million plus new gun owners, Dirtier Than Cheap has plenty of fresh meat for plunder.
  • When you look at Gun Broker prices, CTD don't look so bad and you don't have to worry about scammers.
Edit to add, was in a Fishermans Warehouse in Portland. Behind the counter they had cases of ammo, NFS. They were there only for gun purchasers, so they could walk out with gun and 2 boxes of ammo.
 

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  • A self serving political gambit for the Texas AG
  • With the BLM rioting and 7 million plus new gun owners, Dirtier Than Cheap has plenty of fresh meat for plunder.
  • When you look at Gun Broker prices, CTD don't look so bad and you don't have to worry about scammers.
Edit to add, was in a Fishermans Warehouse in Portland. Behind the counter they had cases of ammo, NFS. They were there only for gun purchasers, so they could walk out with gun and 2 boxes of ammo.
At one point I was a gunbroker regular customer. Some people on the site are still OK. The problem is some people seem to have more $ than common sense. They get in there and bud stuff up to waaaaay more than the average person can afford. I was in a store not long ago and saw the Winchester 555 boxes of bulk ammo for 27 bucks. They had 10 boxes left. I took 1 and left the rest hoping someone that needed them would buy them . Could have bought all and sold for a tidy profit. I'm not that guy.
 

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In a free market and something that is not necessary, I wouldn’t call it price gouging. I don’t like it and I don’t think it is a good business practice, but it’s their business and they should be able to price their products as they see fit.

Flame suit on.
Agreed but boycott is the American way. If everyone would boycott said sites they would get back to earth.
 

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At one point I was a gunbroker regular customer. Some people on the site are still OK. The problem is some people seem to have more $ than common sense. They get in there and bud stuff up to waaaaay more than the average person can afford. I was in a store not long ago and saw the Winchester 555 boxes of bulk ammo for 27 bucks. They had 10 boxes left. I took 1 and left the rest hoping someone that needed them would buy them . Could have bought all and sold for a tidy profit. I'm not that guy.
But if I am bidding on gunbroker, I honestly don’t care how much the common person can afford. I am bidding based on how much it is worth to me...that is capitalism at work and is not an issue or a problem.
 
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