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$300 in gift cards?

Discussion in 'General Gun Discussions' started by ssbn642, Apr 29, 2008.

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  1. ssbn642

    ssbn642 Member

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    I'm about to get $300. in gift cards for Cabelas, What would you spend it on? Guns or more ammo. I need more of both by the way.
     
  2. Sans Authoritas

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    A definite yes.

    -Sans Authoritas
     
  3. strat81

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    Cabelas you say? Mittens, jerky, and some fudge.

    Cabelas is teh suck.
     
  4. Bazooka Joe71

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    Yep.:)
     
  5. kd7nqb

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    With that amount I would say ammo and accessories. Ammo prices are rising much faster than gun prices. If you reload then buy reloading supplies.

    Also think if there is something else you want, be it clothes or a new scope or something.
     
  6. scott22

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    I would buy hookers & blow...

    No seriously, ammo... ammo... and more ammo!
     
  7. LegalAlien

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    I was in the same situation with $350 worth of Bass Pro SHop gift certificates.

    I ended buying ammo and a Surefire Flashlight.

    I had planned to buy a PX4 9mm, but that is a whole other story!!!!
     
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    I'd put it towards a gun that you normally wouldn't think of buying because it was too much $$ ........

    or ammo :D
     
  9. Hokkmike

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    I like the reloading supplies idea. Ammo second. Cabelas has some bulk ammo sales occasionally.
     
  10. TAB

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    gd it, you made me open up thier catalog...


    lets see, air rifle, black powder pistol/ rifle,...

    why do I have the feeling like this is going to cost me money.
     
  11. Lichter

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    I would buy some of those nuts they sell out of the cart
     
  12. Avenger29

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    Ammo. Reloading supplies.
     
  13. paul

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    I have $300 in Bass Pro gift cards, courtesy of Citibank...
    Home Depot credit for a remodel...
    Got the cards as a reward...
    Closed that account immediately upon finding out their gun policies...

    Think I'll get a Browning Buckmark, a bunch o' subsonic ammo, and a threaded barrel from TacSol.
    Thank you Citibank!
    P:neener:
     
  14. JaxNovice

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    I'd have a tough time choosing between ammo/reloading and a new surf rod.

    But between the two choices you mentioned, I'd go with ammo.
     
  16. IllHunter

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    Jax, you might get offers here, if you let us know where you are.I'm guessing Florida, but cyberaddresess are slippery suckers.
     
  17. JaxNovice

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    Hey Hunter, I am in Jacksonville. I would have posted it here but I was having a hard time thinking of a way to provide a comfort level for a prospective buyer.
     
  18. SRT1

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    Cabela's has a very friendly layaway program. I'm with a previous poster - I'd put it toward's a weapon that was normally $300 more than I'd consider. Who am I kidding? I'd put it toward a weapon that was $1000 more than I'd normally consider. :evil:
    SRT
     
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