Discussion in 'On Topic' started by Thunderbear, Oct 8, 2007.
How about you copy and post the information so people like myself don't have to log in...cock gobbler.
How about you read the last line of the quoted text, you ass-grappling rump wrangler.
Doesn't do much good without contact information, cake baker.
You two should get a room.
Wanna join. You can be the sissy boy. fgt.
No thanks. I only go gay on Wednesdays.
This is the only other post in the thread:
"For comparison Ammo Man sells 1000 rounds of 147 AE for $199.00 shipped."
And shame on you for not reading THR.
I think I'm a member, I just don't feel like logging in
how the fuck can you be too lazy to log into a site
I would do like $150
I'm not paying 25 bucks a box for WWB
Shits worth like 160 max
Damn. And to think, I could of had a k of 9mm for $130 this morning. What was I thinking?
um, I can get 1000rnds of .40S&W (which is considerably more expensive than 9mm) for less than $200.00 -- so I have no fucking idea why he thinks he can get $250 for 9mm.
You guys do realize this ISN'T the 115 grain 9mm that they package in Value packs rite?
The 147 grain IS considerably more expensive than what they sell at Wallmart.
I'm talking 180gr .40S&W.... which is more expensive than the 9mm para.
The link I provided are Flat Nose FMJ's. The hollow points are even more expensive at $15+ for 50.
All I'm saying is these are NOT the Winchester white box value packs they sell at Walmart for 15 a box of hundred that I think everyone is confusing them for. 147 grains are considerably more expensive as these are better ammo than the 115's they sell and shoot alot softer.
With that said, I still don't think 250 is a fair price, but he did say OBO. If I didn't reload 147's for $75 per 1000, I'd offer in the neighborhood of 175-200 "shipped", which would be a fair price for these.
ah, man it's all good. I'm just clarifying is all.
As a reloader, FP's are the easiest to reload because they seat so much easier, so I love them. 147's are always going to be more expensive because of the sur charge on weight per bullet.
I would still do like 150.
local place called Blackbird has your choice 165gain or 180grain American Eagle .40 S&W for $10.39 no minimum requirements. If you buy 500rnd (10 boxes) they'll do it for $100.00, and 1000rnd (20 boxes) they'll do for $200.00.
I get it a little less thanks to a friend that works there. I give her the cash, and she buys it after her shift .