Discussion in 'On Topic' started by Zombie Pornstar, Jul 27, 2006.
not at all. Ive ordered cases of ammo from both natchez and sportsmans guide and they were all shipped to my home just like any regular package. It doesnt follow the same guidelines as shipping a firearm.
Ok good. The only place I can buy in person is way overpriced.
I think in some crappy states, maybe MA, they do.
.303 ammo. Found it for 30 bucks for 200 rounds.
Try ammoman.com, free shipping.
You do have to fax them a form saying there are no laws that deny you this right, and that you are the right age.
i've ordered ammo from AIM, Natchez, and BPS and none of them required any forms. though for AIM, i had to scan my DL and email it to em to show that i was of age.
i also ordered from interordnance (i think, i may be wrong) for some 7.62x25 and they were real cunts about it
No, shipping is included in the price. It's not free.
If you pick it up, it's cheaper.
His prices are decent and the service has been perfect for me.
I order ammo and get them in a timely fashion.
His customer service does suck ass. Even picking up, prices aren't that good.
Here is my issue with ammoman. You live in WA state(at least, thats the location shown), so your shipping for a good sized order would be pretty high. Instead, you know exactly what the cost will be, because it's already factored into the price.
Since I live in VA, my shipping would be significantly less.
Any time I order from ammoman, I am essentially subsidizing your order. This is why when I do order from him, I pick it up. But I've even given up on that, because it's not worth it.
That, and I end up having to order what he has, not what I want. I believe that barring some absolutely earth shatteringly fantastic price, my days of ordering from him are done.
Ammoman has always given me good service, but not all his prices are good. You still have to shop around and compare shipping. Some companies like CTD really screw you on shipping.