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10 hours ago, 98Z5V said:

@Matt.Cross might be able to get you cheaper, still - PM him on it, brother...   :thumbup:

I can get it at the same price shipped in any quantity, but that's a really good deal as it is...

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3 hours ago, wurger said:

FYI, they won't ship to Kalifornia. Guess they are too lazy to figure out that they can ship ammo to a FFL in CA.

Or perhaps they choose not to jump through the hoops Ca. Requires. When I was a FFL I had to register with the state of Ca. Then get permission from the  Ca  DOJ just to ship a firearm to a FFL  in their state. Or perhaps they just choose not to do business with someone living in a state that has such screwed up laws.

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16 hours ago, wurger said:

FYI, they won't ship to Kalifornia. Guess they are too lazy to figure out that they can ship ammo to a FFL in CA.

If by 'they' you mean Target Sports, you might want to check with @suzukiray or @DNP about that because they've both had ammo shipped to FFLs in CA.

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On 6/10/2019 at 9:26 AM, Matt.Cross said:

If by 'they' you mean Target Sports, you might want to check with @suzukiray or @DNP about that because they've both had ammo shipped to FFLs in CA.

Not Target Sports, they have no issues shipping to a CA FFL. I just picked up 2k 9mm rounds from Target Sports at my local FFL today. The "they" I was referring to is the seller of the .308 in the OP. No ship to CA.

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On 6/9/2019 at 8:41 PM, shooterrex said:

Or perhaps they choose not to jump through the hoops Ca. Requires. When I was a FFL I had to register with the state of Ca. Then get permission from the  Ca  DOJ just to ship a firearm to a FFL  in their state. Or perhaps they just choose not to do business with someone living in a state that has such screwed up laws.

Guess if you don't want to do business with a big market just because you have to do some work to make it happen...

If a vendor chooses not to ship to me (or my FFL) because the state where I live has screwed up laws, and they are too cheap or lazy to figure how to make it happen, then I (and probably a lot of other people) won't do business with them. For example, Cheaper than Dirt can F/O. I will never buy from them again, even if I move to a free state.

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41 minutes ago, wurger said:

For example, Cheaper than Dirt can F/O. I will never buy from them again, even if I move to a free state.

I won't do business with them either and I live in the same state and grew up in the same city.  They are a non-entity to me.

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6 hours ago, wurger said:

Guess if you don't want to do business with a big market just because you have to do some work to make it happen...

If a vendor chooses not to ship to me (or my FFL) because the state where I live has screwed up laws, and they are too cheap or lazy to figure how to make it happen, then I (and probably a lot of other people) won't do business with them.

Your state laws are causing that, and I can completely understand a business not wanting to deal with the red tape your state causes you. You have a couple choices - vote that bullshiit out, and if you're outnumbered WAY TOO FAR to do that - then move.  Don't blame vendors, or individuals, for not wanting to deal with the extreme level of bullshiit that's required to do business on your state.  There are lots of manufacturers, vendors, and others that won't do business in your state. Do you think a boycott by all you Cali people is gonna make them go out of business?  No way...  they're making money in all the other free states. 

You need to come to grips with who you're blaming here.  You're blaming vendors because your state politics are a problem. 

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10 hours ago, 98Z5V said:

Your state laws are causing that, and I can completely understand a business not wanting to deal with the red tape your state causes you. You have a couple choices - vote that bullshiit out, and if you're outnumbered WAY TOO FAR to do that - then move.  Don't blame vendors, or individuals, for not wanting to deal with the extreme level of bullshiit that's required to do business on your state.  There are lots of manufacturers, vendors, and others that won't do business in your state. Do you think a boycott by all you Cali people is gonna make them go out of business?  No way...  they're making money in all the other free states. 

You need to come to grips with who you're blaming here.  You're blaming vendors because your state politics are a problem. 

AMEN   And what is so sad is people that leave the socialist, commie, state that run them off because of losing their freedoms come here and want to apply their stupid brand of politics to us, Native Texans.

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The problem is, many are leaving because they can’t afford it here anymore. There are those who leave because they can’t stand the politics, but for many it’s financial. Those ones are your issue. They don’t realize they voted themselves into their situation. What we need, is more of you folks to move here and get the numbers up so we can turn this thing around. We’re in a death spiral and I don’t think there’s any pulling out. States like CA will be the first to see a major reset of some sort. Who knows when....but every year the majority of the politicians try to find a way to out-stupid the previous years insanity. 

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Well, I have been there worked there, was in the military there, have friends there, but I like the cost of living and the political situation here in the boonies.  DFW, Houston and San Antonio and Midland -Odess. are growing so fast that housing cost is approaching that of the left coast.  Folks on Fixed income become fixed on their location.

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18 hours ago, 98Z5V said:

Your state laws are causing that, and I can completely understand a business not wanting to deal with the red tape your state causes you. You have a couple choices - vote that bullshiit out, and if you're outnumbered WAY TOO FAR to do that - then move.  Don't blame vendors, or individuals, for not wanting to deal with the extreme level of bullshiit that's required to do business on your state.  There are lots of manufacturers, vendors, and others that won't do business in your state. Do you think a boycott by all you Cali people is gonna make them go out of business?  No way...  they're making money in all the other free states. 

You need to come to grips with who you're blaming here.  You're blaming vendors because your state politics are a problem. 

Gosh, I never even thought of voting against the libtards, or moving out of state. Thanks for your insight. I have so many new options now.

These are not MY state laws...I am completely unrepresented by the CA government. The only liberal I've voted for...ever...was Feinswine in the last election. The only reason I voted for her was to make sure that dbag DeLeon was out of a job. I didn't have the option to vote for a Republican due to CA's "top two" election crap.

If Target Sports can figure out how to ship ammo to my FFL, why is it so hard for Classic Firearms to make that happen?

I've owned several businesses over the years, and the only one that failed was the first, back when I had the "it's not worth my time"  to accommodate the customer stick up my butt.

Classic Firearms price on that 308 ammo was pretty good. At this point, I would rather pay more $$ to Target Sports, or any other online retailer who wants to earn my business, for the same ammo because TS is willing to make the effort to accommodate their customers.

And, really, "all you Cali people"? WFT is up with that? 2A folks behind enemy lines don't count?

You impart a lot of good info in your posts, but, frankly, you come across like a real Johnson a lot. FYI.

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1 hour ago, wurger said:

You impart a lot of good info in your posts, but, frankly, you come across like a real Johnson a lot. FYI.

LOL

He's definitely a dick, but he's our dick, and we beat treat him as such.

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6 minutes ago, Matt.Cross said:

LOL

He's definitely a dick, but he's our dick, and we beat treat him as such.

He does endure the occasional beating, and deservedly so.  But he also gets the frequent loving.

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2 hours ago, wurger said:

Gosh, I never even thought of voting against the libtards, or moving out of state. Thanks for your insight. I have so many new options now.

These are not MY state laws...I am completely unrepresented by the CA government. The only liberal I've voted for...ever...was Feinswine in the last election. The only reason I voted for her was to make sure that dbag DeLeon was out of a job. I didn't have the option to vote for a Republican due to CA's "top two" election crap.

If Target Sports can figure out how to ship ammo to my FFL, why is it so hard for Classic Firearms to make that happen?

I've owned several businesses over the years, and the only one that failed was the first, back when I had the "it's not worth my time"  to accommodate the customer stick up my butt.

Classic Firearms price on that 308 ammo was pretty good. At this point, I would rather pay more $$ to Target Sports, or any other online retailer who wants to earn my business, for the same ammo because TS is willing to make the effort to accommodate their customers.

And, really, "all you Cali people"? WFT is up with that? 2A folks behind enemy lines don't count?

You impart a lot of good info in your posts, but, frankly, you come across like a real Johnson a lot. FYI.

I definitely do come across like that - when people don't like what I say, or they're rude jackasses about it.  I don't hold my thoughts back.  It's usually people like that who find a problem with me - as you seem to have. 

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20 hours ago, 98Z5V said:

Your state laws are causing that, and I can completely understand a business not wanting to deal with the red tape your state causes you. You have a couple choices - vote that bullshiit out, and if you're outnumbered WAY TOO FAR to do that - then move.  Don't blame vendors, or individuals, for not wanting to deal with the extreme level of bullshiit that's required to do business on your state.  There are lots of manufacturers, vendors, and others that won't do business in your state. Do you think a boycott by all you Cali people is gonna make them go out of business?  No way...  they're making money in all the other free states. 

You need to come to grips with who you're blaming here.  You're blaming vendors because your state politics are a problem. 

Well said!!!

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Just now, Lonewolf McQuade said:

The pantless hugs y'all talk about?

Pants-Down Hugs, brother.   What you called it is like saying all these are AR-10s...   Gotta get the terminology right...  :lmao:

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Just now, 98Z5V said:

Pants-Down Hugs, brother.   What you called it is like saying all these are AR-10s...   Gotta get the terminology right...  :lmao:

Exactly, pantless hugs would be weird. 

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I apologize for my ignorance!! Webster's dictionary did not correctly distinguish the difference between "pants down hug" & "pantless hugs " .......... 308ar.com  needs to have a glossary of correct lingo and definitions posted so mistakes such as i made are less likely to happen in the furure. 

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