Military discount

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  1. RockyMtnMT

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    Hammer Bullets is now offering a 10% military discount for our vets and active duty. There is a coupon that will come up automatically at check out. It is titled "Thank you vets!". This is on the honor system, anyone using this coupon that is not current or former military is a turd.

    Thank you!

    Steve
     
  2. FEENIX

    FEENIX Well-Known Member

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    That's awesome Steve and thanks for honoring our military (active, vets, retired). I think there's a few of us here.

    Cheers!

    Ed
     
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  3. RockyMtnMT

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    It is at the check out. Just click the coupon link. It is not immediately noticeable. You have to know it is there. When I get a chance I will try to figure out how to make it more obvious.

    Steve
     
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    just country Well-Known Member

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    morning, Midway USA does not give military discounts, r
    any other discounts. justme gbot tum
     
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  5. RockyMtnMT

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    Not surprised. We have wanted to have one for a long time. There is no good way to verify that the user of the coupon is legit. We decided that it was important to have the discount and went ahead and put it up on the honor system. If it feels like it is getting abused we will take it down. Anyone that takes advantage of a benefit given to our vets that is not a vet is pathetic. A turd.

    Steve
     
  6. FEENIX

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    I have to provide my DD-214 for most of them and my retiree ID, which is no big deal. It keeps honest people honest.
     
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  7. 300whisper

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    Instead of a coupon ask them for their DD214, retired ID card, VA card, some type of PCS or school order, or their DOD ID number. That can be the “coupon.” Hell, even my soon to be, Georgia drivers license has “veteran” on it (haven’t made it to the DMV yet. Blah!)

    The only thing you can’t use or ask for is a copy of their mil ID (that goes for active, guard, and reserve). It’s a security risk.

    I’m happy you’re doing this for vets, but I would hate for some jerk to ruin it. You have to still look out for your business.

    Lastly

    Coast guard < Navy < Marines < Airforce < ARMY!!

    SLTW

    RCP35 ~ you fear em, we clear em!

    :p:D;)
     
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  8. 300whisper

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    @just country I liked your post for the heads up / warning. Not because they don’t give discounts. Lol
     
  9. RockyMtnMT

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    Verifying id is just another time consumer. So far we have great customers. I feel good about it. Cheaters will deal with their problems on the other side.

    Steve
     
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    26Reload Well-Known Member

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    I am all for any discount for appreciation of the men and women that served and still serve our country....my grandpa served in WW1..had dirt from many countries he brought home.....my dad was a fireman on a boat in the Pacific...my oldest brother stationed on boat at Vietnam...and my oldest sister served 20 years overseas as a surgical assistant....
    I unfortunately didn't have the back to get me in...still don't...
    I just don't like being at a disadvantage at buying shooting components just because I didn't serve....afterall there has to be someone pay for all those people too.....and being a private sector self employed individual with many physical disabilities and still making my own income doesn't get me a discount anywhere.....so I just work til I can't any longer each and every day.....

    Thanks for serving the people of the United States of America...God Bless You and your families...
     
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    Thenk you for helping us vets. I visited your web-site and am intrigued. However, I could find no description of the different types of bullets offered. The application for each style, and velocity range would be greatly appreciated.
    Thanks
     
  13. RockyMtnMT

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    Look on the home page .

    Steve
     
  14. Korhil78

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    Lol, that’s funny.
     
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