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    Free targets ?????
    WTF how did I miss this !
    Still waiting for my Canada Ammo free targets!
    Only been waiting a couple years so I guess I can't complain yet
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    Quote Originally Posted by 4n2t0 View Post
    Maybe you can't be proud of them but you should find a way to make them cheaper. You can exchange pride for sales growth.

    Please don't get me wrong. It's your business and you can obviously do whatever you'd like.

    Most shooters currently make their own targets. Unfortunately, IMO, your current price points are too high to penetrate that DIY market.
    $1 a target delivered to your house man. If you are complaining about the cost maybe you should take up a different hobby, or just shoot paper plates.

    Wow.

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    Would you shoot dollar bills?

    Quote Originally Posted by Austin_27 View Post
    $1 a target delivered to your house man. If you are complaining about the cost maybe you should take up a different hobby, or just shoot paper plates.

    Wow.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Austin_27 View Post
    $1 a target delivered to your house man. If you are complaining about the cost maybe you should take up a different hobby, or just shoot paper plates.

    Wow.
    Did you read my post? I suggested that the vendor could see larger sales growth with cheaper targets. I'm not complaining about ANY price because I'm not interested in buying.

    WOW

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    Good - then keep your business advice to yourself.

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    Quote Originally Posted by pubb View Post
    Would you shoot dollar bills?
    Wow there are some seriously broke ass mother ####ers in this hobby...

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    I'm not broke. I just don't waste money on stuff that winds up in the recycling bin or shredded on the range floor. That's why I'm not broke.

    The same reason why so many people reload - because its just too damned expensive to buy factory loads.

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    Just don't buy the targets and let the man sell his product, without your cheap comments. He's obviously selling despite what you may believe.

    Edit - This product is defineatly not aimed at someone in your demographic so just move along.
    Last edited by Austin_27; 03-16-2012 at 10:52 AM.

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    Just recieved my targets aswell. Big thanks from Sask!

    Targets are a very good size and printed on very good paper.. Took a few out to the range with me the other day and they were great. Will be ordering more in the future.

    Thanks again

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