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2 years 37 weeks ago, 12:18 PM

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buying ammo

Where is the best place to buy bulk ammo online, or should I just wait til a gun show come around

2 years 37 weeks ago, 12:53 PM

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I buy almost all of mine through ammo to go, but you can find more deals here:
http://www.gun-deals.com/ammo.php

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2 years 37 weeks ago, 1:22 PM

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thank you gun-deals seems to have the best prices by far almost $50 cheaper for 1000 rounds

2 years 36 weeks ago, 6:55 AM

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ammunitiontogo.com or

ammunitiontogo.com or cheaperthandirt.com, ive bought some ammo from both, both have pretty good prices

2 years 36 weeks ago, 7:51 AM

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I've always gone through Cheaper than Dirt.

2 years 35 weeks ago, 12:47 PM

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Cheaper than Dirt

MattyTheJet wrote:
I've always gone through Cheaper than Dirt.

Has anyone ever bought a firearm from Cheaper than Dirt? Do you have a FFL and if not where did you have them send it?

2 years 35 weeks ago, 12:56 PM

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My under standing ( I could be wrong ) id you have it sent to a FFL dealer near you then then will charge you a small fee maybe up to $30 not sure on price.Might want to call them and get the skinny on it all.........TY

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2 years 35 weeks ago, 10:26 AM

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FFL charge

tallguy007 wrote:
My under standing ( I could be wrong ) id you have it sent to a FFL dealer near you then then will charge you a small fee maybe up to $30 not sure on price.Might want to call them and get the skinny on it all.........TY

Up here its upwards of $85

2 years 35 weeks ago, 9:41 AM

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FFL transer fee

BossTycoon.com wrote:

Up here its upwards of $85

$85 FFL transfer? Why would anyone pay that?

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2 years 35 weeks ago, 12:36 PM

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FFL. transfer fees

This is where having a "local" dealer works well.. mine charged (as a lot of you know) $5 for FFL, and only what UPS charged him.. Obviously most dealers are going to charge a bit more, but if you go ma and pa they should be close to that..

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2 years 35 weeks ago, 4:07 PM

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general store in town charged $15. I bought the gun from Cheaper Than Dirt.

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