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    CTD's high price on 22lr from TulAmmo

    $37.79 before shipping for 250 rounds. That's 15 cents per round before shipping. Seems stupid expensive to me. What gives?

    CTD is proudly saying "It's in stock"!

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    Always remember who tried to rape you! Dirty Bastards!
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    What he said. There's no way I'd do business with "Cheaper than Plutonium", even if they begged.
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    Wow, you guys are getting robbed. I have a hard time pay in $25 for a brick, and it is plentiful up here.

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    How that place has stayed in business all these years is beyond me. There must be a secret population of suckers out there who have never comparison shopped.

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    CTD stands for Cock-Tonguing Douchebags.

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    I don't mind paying $25 for 500 rounds, It's not going to get cheaper...ever! I'm buy a brick every two weeks, 1000 rounds a month, sometimes if i see a good price I will buy an extra 1000 rounds. I have been doing this for about a year now, Would be bigger than a Chinese new year celebration if the house ever caught fire, Anyhow, I want to be stacked for when the prices do sky rocket. also makes good barter!!
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    Wow, you guys are getting robbed. I have a hard time pay in $25 for a brick, and it is plentiful up here.

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    I will never do business with CTD due to their high prices and outrageous shipping costs. Add in the the 8.25% tax in Texas and their prices go well beyond the insane level. Oh and let's not forget the price gouging during the recent "shortages".
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    Not too mention that they temporarily halted gun sales after the Newtown incident like a bunch of pussies!!
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    I will never do business with CTD due to their high prices and outrageous shipping costs. Add in the the 8.25% tax in Texas and their prices go well beyond the insane level. Oh and let's not forget the price gouging during the recent "shortages".
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    For one of our Rotary meetings I ordered MRE's from CTD. The goal was to provide a little empathy for our troops. Some members wouldn't eat their lunch. After opening the MRE's, I realized they were not true MRE's as they were advertised to be. I got a big stick and beat the customer service at CTD and made them refund part of the money. They bitched and moaned and I offered to write an article about how they screwed a philanthropy out of money--they soon changed their tune. All in all a great experience for the club--especially Ranger Pudding!

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