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PMags for $35 - $25 goes to Charity!

Discussion in 'Great Deals' started by Sentor, Feb 5, 2013.

  1. Sentor

    Sentor Portland,OR Member

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    See, this is what a real American company, and business owner does.

    Take note, that this is how you build a business, how you gain customers, and gain respect.

    Anyone who says gouging has to occur, is dead wrong.

    PMAGs for C.O.P.S
     
  2. GreginWA

    GreginWA Enumclaw, WA Member

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    2 months ago they were selling them for $4 each.
     
  3. borrowedsig

    borrowedsig Lincoln, Nebraska Active Member

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    Its great that they are selling them for a great cause but they are still running right along with and feeding the price hikes and gougers. I still wont pay 35 a mag, especially since thats not "market value". Its like when guys pay two times as much for a car on the auctions because its going to charity. You understand the place doing this uses that all or at least a large amount of that money donated as a right off because its donated in their name and from their business.
    Anyways, i refuse to feed the machine or business that condones marking prices way up.

    Matt
     
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