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    Default Re: Remmington's Ammo Business Potentially Sold

    Quote Originally Posted by Emptymag View Post
    Yeah, they can put it up as a Daily Deal or Black Friday Sale for $4/box more than anyone else sells it.
    LOL
    During non panic times, they have some great deals.

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    Default Re: Remmington's Ammo Business Potentially Sold

    Quote Originally Posted by McSull View Post
    During non panic times, they have some great deals.
    No they don't.
    They used to, but their prices are not what they used to be.
    Maybe if they stopped running "sales" that aren't sales, I wouldn't be so jaded, but it's been a while since they offered actual "deals" in their "daily deals".

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    Default Re: Remmington's Ammo Business Potentially Sold

    The thing with Palmetto is yes they will have a screaming deal here and there but you have to dig for it or be on the ball for it. I have nabbed a few great deals on magazines and bullets over the years. If it's a really great deal you have to be on the spot and act fast.

    I'd say their big issue that they have never gotten on top of shipping so their shipping speed is really damn slow and they need to get on the ball. This isn't 1972 ordering stuff out of a catalog.

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    Default Re: Remmington's Ammo Business Potentially Sold

    Quote Originally Posted by wanneroo View Post
    The thing with Palmetto is yes they will have a screaming deal here and there but you have to dig for it or be on the ball for it. I have nabbed a few great deals on magazines and bullets over the years. If it's a really great deal you have to be on the spot and act fast.

    I'd say their big issue that they have never gotten on top of shipping so their shipping speed is really damn slow and they need to get on the ball. This isn't 1972 ordering stuff out of a catalog.
    Iíve always heard complaints of long shipping during normal times but Iíve personally never experienced them regardless of what I have ordered. I sent one complete upper back due to a bad upper receiver and even that had a 24 hour turn around once received.

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    Default Re: Remmington's Ammo Business Potentially Sold

    Remington will survive. They've survived reorganization before. Freedom Group ran them into the ground and it would be a shame if the only affordable shotguns left were cheesy mossbergs.

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    Default Re: Remmington's Ammo Business Potentially Sold

    Quote Originally Posted by Emptymag View Post
    No they don't.
    They used to, but their prices are not what they used to be.
    Maybe if they stopped running "sales" that aren't sales, I wouldn't be so jaded, but it's been a while since they offered actual "deals" in their "daily deals".

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    Default Re: Remmington's Ammo Business Potentially Sold

    Would hate to see their shot shells go away. Their 12 GA hulls are the best reloadable hulls out there.

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    Default Re: Remmington's Ammo Business Potentially Sold

    Ruger has bought Remington . I am trying to figure this one out ??

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    Default Re: Remmington's Ammo Business Potentially Sold

    Quote Originally Posted by 57springer View Post
    Ruger has bought Remington . I am trying to figure this one out ??
    Why, how many different companies does Beretta own?

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    Default Re: Remmington's Ammo Business Potentially Sold

    Quote Originally Posted by 57springer View Post
    Ruger has bought Remington . I am trying to figure this one out ??
    By the article I read Ruger only bought Marlin. They wanted to buy it all but did not.

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