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 Post subject: Re: Crossroads Gun Show Oct, 29-30
New postPosted: 06 Nov 2011, 10:09 
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Hey Flash,

I'm guessing you would have a good time anywhere you went.
You are also clearly experienced enuf to pian and pickup only what you need. I*'ll bet you could give great Costco training. Of course, this coulkd all be a result of Mrs. Flash.


Keep smiling, bud.

I would love to say hello.
What kind of hat you wearing to SAR?

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 Post subject: Re: Crossroads Gun Show Oct, 29-30
New postPosted: 06 Nov 2011, 11:11 
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lost wrote:
Hey Flash,

I'm guessing you would have a good time anywhere you went.
You are also clearly experienced enuf to pian and pickup only what you need. I*'ll bet you could give great Costco training. Of course, this coulkd all be a result of Mrs. Flash.


Keep smiling, bud.

I would love to say hello.
What kind of hat you wearing to SAR?


You're obviously older and have been around a lot, thus the observations that are spot on. Experience and wisdom do come with age if you're willing to do a little work on them along the way. Yes, I do pretty much have a good time everywhere I go and I'm good at Costco, Sam's and anywhere else I shop. Mrs. Flash is actually a little better as you suspect, though.

You obviously know I'm going to SAR, and I wouldn't miss it for the world. Mrs. Flash would kill me if we didn't go...she's as big a gun junkie as I am, and that's saying something.

I hadn't decided on the hat yet, but it'll be something gun related and I've got a lot of hats that fit that description. I'll get back to you in a couple of weeks, just before SAR and we can meet up.

Take care,
Flash


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 Post subject: Re: Crossroads Gun Show Oct, 29-30
New postPosted: 07 Nov 2011, 20:52 
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how were prices on the primers flash? need to stock up on everything before components go up with this upcoming election. it seems like the more i buy the more i use lol.


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 Post subject: Re: Crossroads Gun Show Oct, 29-30
New postPosted: 07 Nov 2011, 20:54 
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gbo wrote:
I thought some deals were great! 7.62x39,556/.223, $189.00 per 1000 case of 380 $112.00, case of win .22Lr $107.00 I don't think it gets much better than that theese days.But what do I know just my .2
Took 3 dolly trips for my stash. ;)

112 for 380?!?!?! was it steel cased? dayum wish i had that weekend off


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 Post subject: Re: Crossroads Gun Show Oct, 29-30
New postPosted: 07 Nov 2011, 22:08 
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how were prices on the primers flash? need to stock up on everything before components go up with this upcoming election. it seems like the more i buy the more i use lol.


There were no primers thanks to a dipshit fire marshal.


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 Post subject: Re: Crossroads Gun Show Oct, 29-30
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khmer6 wrote:
how were prices on the primers flash? need to stock up on everything before components go up with this upcoming election. it seems like the more i buy the more i use lol.


There were no primers thanks to a dipshit fire marshal.


But there will undoubtedly be primers at the SAR show in early December. Miwall had them at the last show they sold primers at for $22/K for Winchester or $110/5K and when they have CCI, they go for $20/K. They haven't had Wolf for awhile so I don't know about those, but they have Tula for $15/K.

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 Post subject: Re: Crossroads Gun Show Oct, 29-30
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Counting on it, Flasher! Wonder why CCI are cheaper? I like 'em and have been using 'em for over 30 years.

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 Post subject: Re: Crossroads Gun Show Oct, 29-30
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Vincent Vega wrote:
Counting on it, Flasher! Wonder why CCI are cheaper? I like 'em and have been using 'em for over 30 years.

Scott


I'd guess CCI doesn't charge as much as Winchester to the dealers as Sportsman's Warehouse also sells Winchester for more than CCI.

I also like CCI a lot in metallic but in shotgun, I almost exclusively use Winchester. That has more to do with the availability of load data than anything else, though.

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