Joe's Sale

Discussion in 'General Firearm Discussion' started by m'kay13, Aug 25, 2008.

  1. m'kay13

    m'kay13
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    I was down in Eugene this weekend having lunch with el in-laws and found myself wandering into a sale at Joe's.

    They had Mossberg semiauto .22s for $99.99 (I almost bought one just for ships and giggles) and boxes of blue Federal bulk packs for $9.99 after rebate (one rebate per receipt).

    I was able to buy 2,200 copper-plated .22 rounds for under $40.00. I have a 10/22 that is a great plinker when fed a diet of cheap federal ammo. It may not print micro groups all day long using the cheap Federal stuff, but at 50 yards it'll keep a golf ball hopping like a cat on a hot tin roof.

    They had some more long guns on sale (I think I saw a good deal on 870 pumps in camo), but I didn't look too long as I was on my way to a tour and free beers at Ninkasi Brewery (one must stop there if you like beer, especially FREE beer).
     
  2. lazyeye

    lazyeye
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    Ninkasi rules.
     
  3. sweetbeard

    sweetbeard
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    Just look at the rebate form they give you, Last time I bought bulk .22 at joes with a rebate they gave me the wrong rebate form...
     
  4. m'kay13

    m'kay13
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    All four of ours are A-OK!
    Now, I'm only 2,000 rounds short of my 10,000 goal.
    C'mon Bi-Mart ad!
     
  5. Mac10

    Mac10
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    Where's Joes located? I usually end up at SM on River Road when I'm in Eugene.
     
  6. Oohrah

    Oohrah
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    Wish I had one closer than Medford. Seems like there are still some
    great buys there, but since the change of owership, they seem to have
    cut back on firearms and related stuff. Damn, free beer !!!!! Nothing
    that exciting happens here !!!!!! Sportsman's Warehouse there is open
    or about to open. Day's journey there and back leaving time for the
    wife's Cosco shopping doesn't leave a bunch of time to shop for important
    stuff.
     

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