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  1. trophyseeker

    Shipping ammo

    I know, and I was just attempting to clarify so no one thinks they can use the flat rate when no ammo shipping is actually available at the USPS . 👍
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    Shipping ammo

    Last I saw, it's illegal to ship ammo via the USPS. Only options are UPS or Fedex. Domestically Prohibited Items These items may not be sent in U.S. mail: Air Bags Ammunition Explosives Gasoline Marijuana (medical or otherwise)
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    Any bets? Fill in the blank!

    Sorry, but I can't understand the logic is this last reply. If the other stations are sold out, where is everyone going to buy their gas & what will they pay for it??? Ans: From the guy who conserved his supply and is the only one that has gas for sale at the price HE dictates. As a result he makes an outlandish profit on every gallon he sells until he too runs out.
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    Any bets? Fill in the blank!

    You just made my point. They can't pay higher prices for trucks if no one has them. And when someone does have a truck to sell, that seller get to dictate how much it will sell for. This guy is doing just that with the gas he ALREADY has in his underground tanks - that same gas that people can't buy elsewhere & wouldl like to have in their car's gas tank. BTW, you might have missed this in my last reply because I edited it while you were replying: I'm guessing the seller is also trying to conserve his supply by maintaining a higher than normal price. Gas has extremely low margins, so if he's making a real killing per gallon, he doesn't need to sell as many gals. to make the same profit as if his prices were in the mainstream.
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    Any bets? Fill in the blank!

    Free market econimics work only when there is enough supply to meet the demand for a particular product. I'm guessing the seller is also trying to conserve his supply by maintaining a higher than normal price. Gas has extremely low margins, so if he's making a real killing per gallon, he doesn't need to sell as many gals. to make the same profit as if his prices were in the mainstream.
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    Any bets? Fill in the blank!

    How do you know she is not American??
  7. trophyseeker

    Unit 27 outfitter

    Unless I'm missing something, it could be as short as one year, no?
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    Pray for me, my wife is already with god.

    My sincere condolences to you & your family. RIP Kristin.
  9. trophyseeker

    Fish ID

    Could be Pleasant, as well.
  10. trophyseeker

    Fish ID

    They're shad. Probably gizzard since they appear a bit too large for threadfin.
  11. trophyseeker

    Black River Small Mouth

    That's a nice bear. No fish pix???
  12. trophyseeker

    Free Turkey in Tucson

    Geeez, just cook it & eat what you can. Then strip all the rest of the meat off & freeze in meal-size packs for two people. If you put it in decent Zip-loc bags, just submersing in boiling water is enough to heat it. Or just defrost & eat it cold in a sandwich w/cranberrry sauce & mayo. Also, with the scraps, which you will have a lot of them, make a turkey salad for sandwiches. You can freeze it, too. Lots of future meals in that bird. 😉
  13. trophyseeker

    Bison reduction project

    That movie was mentioned in both the articles from Bill & Tony in that thread I linked to.
  14. trophyseeker

    Bison reduction project

    Someone can correct me if I'm wrong, but that seems to be the major difference -- access, i.e. shooting within the park's boundaries.
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    Bison reduction project

    This was a super thread on the history of AZ bison herds with insights from the old timers -- Bill Quimby & Tony Mandile. A Bit of History - Buffalo Hunting
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