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Discussion in 'Off Topic' started by IheartGUNS, Dec 19, 2012.
Gun enthusiasts ripping off other gun enthusiasts. Nice.
I've been to several of the local gun stores in the area over the past few days and none of them have "inflated" prices on products that I could tell. There's no "negotiating" happening like in the past and it's a sellers market for sure. I complimented the guys at Wholesale Sports yesterday and thanked them for NOT raising pricing. The guys at Wild Bills today also insisted that no pricing was raised due to high demand. I'm guessing that when new stock comes in the story will be different due to manufacturer supply and demand but at least it's not like with "gas shortages" where the price goes up the same day as the refinery fire. The private market it another story for sure!
__________ have glock mags on sale...I bet someone is going to buy them and sell it for more...
Responding to the market is not gouging, it's being smart.
Whining about it is silly. No one is forcing you to buy.
I will not do business with CheaperThanDrit.com anymore. Not because of this video, but because of poor customer service among other things.
I've used CTD for several ammo purchases, never had a problem, FedEx delivery with a tracking number, and in general they've had the best prices.
I have no affiliation with CTD - just calling out my experiences to be fair.
here is a post from the GB forum,this is one of the BIG dealers on GB..
The DPMS was the worst.....$1200 horrific. The other three are fine, but that one was WAY out of line. I don't think I will lose on it, but its not going to be worth the drive over to get it.
Dude in the video has some real good points ! I agree
Yeah we help them stay in business in the slow times and make them what they are,then they rape us.
Can't stand Yeager or finish one of his videos.
I Like this video, I Like his Attitude,I Like his Morals, I like his Message :thumbup:
They only way you are being 'ripped off' by another gun owner is if you pay him and he doesn't give you what he promised in return.
Private transactions are free market in its purest form.
And don't misunderstand me, Im the last guy who wants to pay more for something than I think I have to and I see some out of line pricing already, but I think the protest is a little over the top.