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Old 09-28-2013, 7:28 AM
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Originally Posted by rm1911 View Post
Since I teach economics in high school here's the deal. Some people don't have time to do the search and shop and drive thing. So the cost of that ammo is higher. Someone did the leg work.

You don't go to the farm to get produce. You pay people to bring it to the store and others to shelve it. In fact they're doing people a favor. Because they keep the ammo supplies moving we can get it.

Let's all praise the gouger, hoarder, flipper, speculator, and most importantly the middleman. Without them we'd be worse off.

In fact because of them I've been able to take my sons shooing.
Let's all praise the gouger, hoarder, flipper, speculator,middleman and most importantly the lazy. I spend maybe 10 minutes looking for ammo a week. Haven't had to buy ammo at double or triple the price yet. The last brick i bought at Ace at 11 am on a Sunday morning. If you stopped buying ammo at extreme prices there would be less msrp priced ammo for me in the stores. I have a couple kids myself. Please tell me what school district you teach in so I don't take my kids there.
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