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LuckyGunner.com is awesome

Discussion in 'Off Topic' started by DDB, Feb 2, 2012.

  1. DDB

    DDB Orlando, FL New Member

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    FYI- ammo ain't cheap these days and forget about buying at the range. If I could I would make my own but until then the best prices I've found is with LuckyGunner.com. No, I don't work for them but even with the shipping cost I was coming in around $.27-$.31 a round for .223/5.56. I think I received the order within 3 days through USPS. Can't hurt to check them out.:thumbup:
     
  2. jdub75

    jdub75 PNW Well-Known Member

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    hmmm...
     
  3. Rich7944

    Rich7944 Kent, Wa. Active Member

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    Surplus ammo in lakewood seems to be better priced.
    And why is someone from Orlando posting on here? Seems fishy.
     
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    pokerace Newberg Well-Known Member

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  5. Dan-Dee Sales Inc

    Dan-Dee Sales Inc Sweet Home, Oregon, United States Active Member

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    $19.50 for a 525rd box of Federal 22lr is cheap? Even Cabela's is cheaper.
     
  6. Arnolzza

    Arnolzza NY,USA New Member

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    Doesn't look that cheap to me...
     
  7. redmud

    redmud Colombia river Active Member

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    Maybe if he had a Bi Mart to walk in he would know what a good base price was I didn't even bother to look I try to spend my dollars locally if possible
     
  8. DDB

    DDB Orlando, FL New Member

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    I ordered some items from them and I thought I was being scammed, especially after I read some reviews about them on this sight. Also, I wasn't buying 22cal. rounds; I bought 1,000 rounds of .223/5.56. I thought $310 was a pretty good price. I've also found another site ammotogo.com and they have .223/5.56 for $285 for a 1,000 rounds and no it's no Tulla crap. I'm just trying to find cheaper ammo and thought I'd share; didn't realize I'd get crap because I live in FL.
     
  9. redmud

    redmud Colombia river Active Member

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    You have to admit it looked like a shameless vendor plug. No disrespect meant. I just like to buy localy
     
  10. DDB

    DDB Orlando, FL New Member

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    Well i will admit that the Lucky gunner plug did give an incentive, 20% off. But I do stand by what i said about the prices and quick service and I'm pretty sure the USPS dropped it off. I was coming around the corner and the mailman was leaving our street and my wife said that the mailman said "here's your box of rocks." When i lived in South carolina i always liked to buy locally and spend my money with small business'. My father owned a Car Quest Auto Parts and my mom cut hair for 50+ years in her own beautyshop. But I also like to spend my money wisely. The AR-15 i bought was from East Coast Custom Tactical, Leesburg, FL ($750). Its a christian, family owned business and they make an AWESOME rifle. My friend has a SIGarms AR-15 ($2,100) and he he said himself mine was better than his. At any rate; God bless America and our second ammendment right: "A well regulated Militia, being necessary to the security of a free State, the right of the people to keep and bear Arms, shall not be infringed."