Feelings on selling ammo

Discussion in 'Community Forum' started by muddhunter, Mar 4, 2021.

  1. Trapper Delk

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    It's yours do what you want or need,
     
  2. EdLongshanks

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    I agree
     
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  3. High Rack

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    Sell it, nothing wrong with giving people what they want. I sold a truck load over the last couple months to the LGS and converted profit into new Delivery systems and Gold and Silver. Ammo will come back in a few months and things will return to normal, then it's time to load up and wait for the next round in 4-5-6 years as it will happen again. I take no pity on those that were unprepared or dumb enough to pay these crazy prices, buy a box right now and forgetaboutit, we ain't in no damn war in the streets....Yet.
     
  4. bgkyarcher

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    Sell it if you wish... If somebody is willing to pay your price, then no reason to feel guilt.
     
  5. EdLongshanks

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    If you’ve got a buddy or family who really needs it, sell it to them at a fair price. Otherwise....sell it for as much as you possibly can.
     
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  6. 00noturkey

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    sell it for what you can get. if ya want to help a friend or and anyone else, do that if it makes ya feel better. charity is a good thing.
    in the end, its about making a living, if you can buy low, sale high, its the American way.
     
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  7. WildmanWilson

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    You are not doing what I call “ammo pimps” are doing. They are buying all they can with the intentions of selling at gouging prices. They aren’t buying with the intent to use. What they do contributes to the shortage. It’s a vicious cycle. Sell what you have no use for and don’t give it a second thought.
     
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  8. beauhunter41031

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    I’d rather hold on to the ammo and primers I have instead of selling them to strangers at a super jacked up price.

    I’ve recently given away some primers and ammo to some of my friends, some of my friends on this site indeed.

    I like the idea of I got your back you got my back
     
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  9. Marsh CallUser

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    This is the correct answer.
     
  10. kc4sox

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    Here is my take on it. I have way more ammo than I need and there are a lot of people out there that need ammo that can’t get it. Current prices are absolutely insane and there are far too many people out there taking advantage. So I’m letting some of my stash go in order to help out those people that don’t have ammo. However I’m not selling them at the inflated prices you see online. What I’m letting go I’m letting go at half of what I see the current prices being.I’m making a profit and people are getting a deal relative to what they would have to pay elsewhere. I think that’s more than fair.
     

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