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Remington .22 Long Rifle 40gr RN High Velocity (500rd Bulk Pack) - TB22B - $14.99 (Free shipping on 3+ boxes) Quick Overview
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Yeah, I noticed the same thing. I'm looking for a steal on NiB BCG. They have a great budget PSA NiB BCG for 89.00 and free shipping. Which is a great price, especially with the 158 bolt, but it's their every day price. Even tho it says Memorial Day sale.
I have no other experience with Locked and Loaded except my one order in Winter 2018/19.
I saw they were one of the only dealer with the new Ruger PR in .338. They also had the best price well below others by $50-150 more. Their inventory said “in-stock” at the time of purchase, I made the purchase and rechecked their website. I picked up their last one. A few days later I saw they had replenished their stock. This inventory management seemed consistent with many other companies (even non firearm related ones I have purchase from). Seems weird to have checked this to some I’m sure, but I am vain and wanted to be the only kid on my block at the time with a shiny new RPR in .338, it at least one of the few kids with one.
At the time of this order I had called the owner (along with the owners of 3 other similar small outfits) and this gentleman was the most polite and helpful of all 4. One dude was a straight A-hole, needless to say I didn’t order from him (plus his shipping time was rediculous).
Anyway, my FFL had the RPR in a few days (maybe 3-5, can’t recall) but everything about my transaction went smoothly and the firearm was in perfect shape.
I’ve ordered from KYGCO, Bud’s & SOSS just to name a few of the big online retailers and actually had to send firearms back to the manufacturers for defects on all 3.
Inventory tracking can be better with these larger companies, but my experience is the end product to the user can become exactly that, “just another product” that can get dropped, beat around, damaged or just straight up have QC ignored (due to pumping orders out). Smaller shops can suffer from some of the issues raised by some customers in this thread, but sometimes the lack of big business infastrucrure can be just as much of positive as it is a negative.
Again, I don’t personally give 2 fucks about Locked and Loaded from a defense of them as a company, however, I am about 2 sides to a story and others having the most useful information to make an educated decision about where to reinvest their money in our economy (Cue the “But Canik’s are made in Terriost Lovin’ Turkey crowd, haha).
All kidding aside, Mine is a sample size of one but so were so many of the opposite side of the fence reviews here.
Meh, a few of the items I remember the prices on are the exact same price as normal. Their price on the SIG optic for the Memorial Day sale is the same as their normal “sale” price, $119. Haven’t checked others items.
I'm biased because I enjoy owning all kinds of pistols from the inexpensive to expensive and price is no barrier to quality. I don't own a pistol that doesn't run well these days. The Ja-Nik runs fine.