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    Quote Originally Posted by Lee Enfield View Post
    I call BS that you have new shooters put "hundreds of rounds through it". At a average cost of .26 cents and your HST at 15% your cost is .30 cents a round. Now your definition of "hundreds" could cost you well over a $100.00 a day. BS!!
    New, enthusiastic shooter can burn through a whole 1440 box in an afternoon, depending on a few things. If they’re wiling to throw a little cash to the trip, 100 rounds 8nst a huge expense.

    I agree with Pet, let introductory shooters just enjoy the click, bang, boom, smoke, and target ding. And that’s typically followed with an increased understanding of why riveted mags are kinda stupid.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lee Enfield View Post
    I call BS that you have new shooters put "hundreds of rounds through it". At a average cost of .26 cents and your HST at 15% your cost is .30 cents a round. Now your definition of "hundreds" could cost you well over a $100.00 a day. BS!!
    Yet another completely retarded statement that shows you know nothing about me.

    How do you call BS when you have no idea how much money I care to spend on ammo for new shooters?

    Maybe I'm a millionaire, or maybe I make $20k/yr and it all goes to guns and ammo.

    Why do you care if I let new shooters (my friends) go through $100+ of ammo when I'm trying to show them the lifestyle?

    Just because that sounds impossible to you doesn't mean it is to me. Maybe they offer to pay for it, maybe I let them shoot $500 in ammo because it's worth it to me and I'm generous.

    You, good sir, are a poor thinker.
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    Quote Originally Posted by MarkR View Post
    There are those of us who might only get it out a couple times a year, but when we do... literally 100s of rounds. Centerfire Handgun too; I don't bother going to the range unless I'm going to put a couple hundred down range.
    Not my point, he said he takes out new shooters and they put hundreds of rounds thru the SKS. I call BS that happens, we take out new shooters and they enjoy the experience however no way would they put "hundreds" of rounds thru any of our firearms. The exception might be a .22 where they might put thru over 100.

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    lol, for me, typical indoor range day is 300 in 22lr and 100 in 9mm
    outdoor is 1000 in 22lr, 200 in 7.62x39, and 50 in 7.62x54r

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lee Enfield View Post
    Not my point, he said he takes out new shooters and they put hundreds of rounds thru the SKS. I call BS that happens, we take out new shooters and they enjoy the experience however no way would they put "hundreds" of rounds thru any of our firearms. The exception might be a .22 where they might put thru over 100.
    The last crates I bought were 225$ for 1500. Before taxes it comes up to 15¢ a round and after tax its 16¢ so its not a big deal to burn thru a few hundred in one visit at the range/pit to let some people get hooked up.

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    For those who hates their sks, I will do you a favour & remove it for free. No charge to you!

    I will kindly get it off your property & save you the worries. As an added bonus, I will drive to your house at no charge!

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    Quote Originally Posted by SwissArmyMan View Post
    For those who hates their sks, I will do you a favour & remove it for free. No charge to you!

    I will kindly get it off your property & save you the worries. As an added bonus, I will drive to your house at no charge!
    You can have all the SKS and I'll take anything else they don't want.

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    man, for making pop cans jump 20 feet into the air at 90 yards, notning else really compares. 'cept maybe the 12 gauge
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    There is no call for such rude, obtuse, and non-inclusive language.
    Perhaps not all of us are idiots. The rest are deluded, morons, imbeciles, feeble minded, possessing mental subnormality, or using their above average IQs massively suboptimally.
    Remember, Diversity is our Strength.

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    Trade ex has yugos in stock.

    I went for a long bike ride, figuring they'd be sold out before I got home.

    They were not.

    I ordered one.

    I have no words..
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    ^^^^
    g.a.s strikes again lol.
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    This intellectual midget needs to rub the contents of a large tube of PREPARATION H® on his ego and then smack himself with the empty tube until he's in a permanent coma. !

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