Returning Ammo


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lacoochee
November 12, 2008, 09:01 PM
I bought a hundred rounds of what I thought was JHP from the gun counter in Wal-Mart tonight. The clerk told me it was JHP and shoved it in the bag and I bought it as I have dozens of times. Before anyone says you should have looked, yes you're right, won't happen ever again, but that's not what this thread is about.

Anyways, I looked in the bag a few minutes later, I never got out of sight of the register and said you sold me the wrong ammo. To which I was directed to the front of the store to speak to the manager because they don't do returns of ammo (THIS FROM THE GUY WHO SCREWED UP AND PUT IT IN THE BAG :cuss:). I get to the manager who refuses to refund the purchase and looks me dead in the face and says that it's a Federal law that he can't accept returned ammo. To which I said not true, fine if its your store policy but don't make stuff up. Then he says well maybe it's a state law, again I said not true don't make stuff up.

So that's my question...

Is their a Federal statute or even a State Statute in Florida covering returned ammunition? I have never heard of any such law or regulation....?

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COMPNOR
November 12, 2008, 09:07 PM
No.

There is another thread in the general discussion forum about returning ammo. It is a policy.

Big Daddy Grim
November 12, 2008, 09:10 PM
There is not

Lone_Gunman
November 12, 2008, 09:11 PM
How is needing to swap out your incorrect ammo "returning ammo"?

In order to return it, it is implied that you actually left the store with it, and it does not sound like you did.

BHP FAN
November 12, 2008, 09:11 PM
The real p.o.'r is he never even cleared the front door,and they pulled that crud.

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