GUN UPS was good to me.

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  1. The Cable Guy

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    250rds 00Buck Low recoil 2.75" 9 Pellet 1200 FPS
    25rds 1oz Rifled Slug HP 2.75" 1300 FPS

    I'm lucky the damn driver actually bothered to ring the doorbell this time, my last 3-4 shipments had to be picked up at the local hub.
     
  2. Clusive

    Clusive Happiness is a belt-fed weapon.

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    My shotguns are loaded with LE132-00.
     
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    Clusive Happiness is a belt-fed weapon.

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    At least your UPS guy doesn't drop your crate of ammo in your driveway. I hear a loud thud and open the door to see him driving away. Didn't even ring the doorbell.
     
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    Mine rings it, and walks away. He doesn't bother using the intercom we set up specifically for him.

    I have to drive out and wait an hour to get my shit :madfawk:

    FedEx was giving my ammo to someone down the street, luckily, they gave it to the USPS guy, who dropped it off to me two days after.
     
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    UPS dropped off my wife's maxpedition belt pack thingy and the leather dye for the holster I've building (and not taking pictures of) for my 22/45.
     
  6. Aero277

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    I don't trust any of the delivery guys in our neighborhood or the dozens of poaching college kids. We've had stuff swiped or left on balancing on top of our mailbox, once a hard drive that fell off and got run over, another time textbooks that got soaked in the rain.

    Ever since then, I've just had shit sent to work via UPS. The UPS guy's a gun enthusiast, has his CCW, and whatnot, so he always takes care of my stuff and check out shit that I order. :bowdown:
     

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