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Old 01-31-2013, 23:13   #26
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$80 for the 17
$180 for the 33

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I wonder if the gouging will effect them in the future.
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Old 01-31-2013, 23:18   #27
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The title of this thread made me snort my coffee. Hilarious.

Bunch of crooks. What they're doing is not illegal and should not be illegal, but they'll only get to hear about my money from other businesses like MidwayUSA, Brownells, GunUp, Grabagun, and Bud'sGunShop that actually cared to support us.

Bud's is a bit silly on some stuff lately, mostly drum magazines, but I think that's more a distributor/manufacturer pricing issue, as Bud's seems to be holding prices low where possible. Certainly not leaving MSRP choking in the dust like Cheaper Than Dirtbags.
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Old 01-31-2013, 23:59   #28
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Ive read on a few forums they lost many customers and I hope they lose more. There is even a boycott CTD facebook page with over 17,000 likes. Yeah yeah business is business, supply + demand, F...them

https://www.facebook.com/BoycottCheaperThanDirt

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Old 02-01-2013, 00:00   #29
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Go to youtube type in, CTD Continued..."High Capacity Magazines" and The Cheaper Than Dirt Chorus.......the part about Dick's Sporting Goods was






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Old 02-01-2013, 02:25   #31
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I never thought they were too cheap to start with.
The only thing I remember I bought from them was on a sale G3 magazines for $1 a magazines years back.
Only to find out that CDNN had a better deal!

Here the link for the FB http://www.facebook.com/boycottCTD?fref=ts

I will have them delete my account today too.
I can't afford them, they like Tiffany without the quality!
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Old 02-01-2013, 03:04   #32
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I bought a lot of stuff from them over the years but I'm done now. (Actually, I was done a while ago. )
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Old 02-01-2013, 07:09   #33
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I laughed when I saw G19 mags for $80. These people are a joke. Natchez has them for $35 - still high but reasonable given what's going on.


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This all sounds like the last time CTD did their price gouging. Didn't hurt them then and won't hurt them now. They advertise enough to continue to pull in tons of new customers, so the few they piss off enough to boycott them.
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This all sounds like the last time CTD did their price gouging. Didn't hurt them then and won't hurt them now. They advertise enough to continue to pull in tons of new customers, so the few they piss off enough to boycott them.
In the short term, I think you're absolutely correct, but things like this tend to accrue over time and sink a business.
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Old 02-01-2013, 07:54   #36
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CTD did the same in 1994...... Why doesn't anybody remember? I'm not that old
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I wonder if the gouging will effect them in the future.
I'm sure it will.
I support their right to set "market prices" -but as noted 10x, Midway and others aren't.

Will I shop at CTD again? I'll remember this when I need something someday and only buy it there if I cannot get it at one of the other places first.

That's just me - I'm not angry about it at all - it is just business, but I think we'll remember.
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