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Found a site that sells 30 rnd PMAGS

Discussion in 'Rifle Country' started by armysniper, Dec 22, 2012.

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  1. armysniper

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    I came across a site that has 30 rnd PMAGS in stock.

    <link removed by taliv for shilling>
     
  2. Superpsy

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    Thanks!
     
  3. Captains1911

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    Thanks, but that's double what they should cost, pass.
     
  4. nathan

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    Better take some before they are gone.
     
  5. armysniper

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    I ordered a few. They are higher price, but I literally cannot find them anywhere. I have ordered the survival bracelets from these guys in the past. Their shipping time was decent. It took about a week. They also sometimes carry 5.56 ammunition. My friend ordered the 62 grain stuff from them about a month ago before all this crazy stuff.
     
  6. shuvelrider

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    Over on MGO site, there are some people asking 60-90 apiece for Pmags. A profit is one thing but that seems a bit excessive to fellow enthusiasts. Considering I got home recently from Bagram, where I bought some Pmags for $11 each at the PX. Of course that was a bit before all this hysteria.
     
  7. CoRoMo

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    Gunbroker is still not entirely priced at $25 per mag like that site is doing.

    Just last night, this guy bought 10 Pmags for $215.85 delivered: http://www.gunbroker.com/Auction/ViewItem.aspx?Item=323090068

    That's $21.59 each out the door.

    That same seller is STILL offering the foliage green mag WITH ranger plate for only $17.95 each.

    Look around guys, there are still better deals to be had.
     
  8. armysniper

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    It looks like they listed more magazines from different brands. I wished I would have seen they have the Troy battle pack. I like those better than P Mags. But they also have aluminum mags for cheaper.
     
  9. MachIVshooter

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    Better hope you get what you've paid for; that site is gone now!

    Be careful of scams. There's a lot of it going around right now, people trying to take advantage of those who are desperate.
     
  10. CoRoMo

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    Beware of internet scams , folks!! They are lurking out there baiting on the unsuspecting and desperate buyers ! They are fishing tell ya.... Check on your credit card companies if they already charged the items on your card and what company they are . Better be on your guard. Its christmas and with the panic buying these things do happen.
     
  12. sixgunner455

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    Why?

    Besides the scam issue, I just don't see the point to paying ridiculous prices on these magazines.

    The only possible reason I can conceive of to participate in this feeding frenzy is if you had no mags before. I confess to buying 2 20rd aluminum mags the other day, but I only paid $15 each, and I'd been looking for them before the panic. If they'd been more money, I probably would have let them go.
     
  13. dcarch

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    Buddy of mine got them for $10 a piece last gun show we were at. Seems kinda crazy now.
     
  14. eajonesyk2

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    tacsupplychain

    Has anybody ordered and received products from tacsupplychain.com besides the member "armysniper"?
     
  15. KC.45

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    I ordered some p mags from that website on the 23rd and received an invoice in my email but have heard nothing else. I hope I didn't get scammed.
     
  16. eajonesyk2

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    KC45, I ordered 5 mags on the 23rd as well. My concern is that after ordering I discovered that the paypal provided email address of the seller tacsupplychain.com is associated with a Florida Guntrader member "armysniper" See link: http://floridaguntrader.com/xcv987dfv98xu98cv89f89/profile.php?3,19890

    Since The High Road member "armysniper" brought up this tacsupplychain.com outfit I was concerned that it wasn't a coincidence. Also I noticed that the THR member "armysniper" has sold at least one item on Florida Guntrader. See link: http://www.thehighroad.org/showthread.php?p=8508745#post8508745

    Hopefully this is all a coincidence and I have PM'ed "armysniper" to verify whether or not he/she has any onwership or employee affiliation with the tacsupplychain.com business. I have also emailed tacsupplychain.com to check status.

    Just hoping to hear from some others that have received product from tacsupplychain.com.
     
  17. jrdolall

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    Be sure and use a Credit Card for these purchases and not a debit card or any actual money. You can always challenge a credit card transaction and I have never lost a challenge in the few times I have used them.
     
  18. eajonesyk2

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    jrdolall,

    I did use a credit card so in the worst case the CC company will likely take care of me but I am reluctant to order from another source until I have a good idea where my order stands with tacsupplychain. $25 each was high to me but there isn't much to choose from right now. Unfortunately I live in a state that will be taking up a hi capacity mag ban in February. The November elections gave the Democrats majorities in both houses so a ban is likely to pass.:(
     
  19. KC.45

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    Well crap. I used a debit card. I'm not feeling too good about my decision to buy from that website.
     
  20. eajonesyk2

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    KC.45

    I am holding out that things will work out but even though you used your debit card you may be able to get relief from paypal if the mags are not delivered.

    I would love to hear from "armysniper" if you are out there?
     
  21. dcarch

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    eajonesyk2, brilliant piece of investigative work there. Yeah, it does seem like a bit of a "coincidence."
    ADDED: When you google TacSupplyChain, a list of products comes up, including the Troy Battle Mags, all of which no longer exist as products on the website. The TacSupplyChain About Us page (http://www.tacsupplychain.com/about-us) also gives NO specific information about their location, or any contact info other than a "Contact Us" email form on another page. Definitely smells fishy.
     
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  22. Bobson

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    Those of you who attempted to purchase, please keep this thread updated.
     
  23. dcarch

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    Added info: Apparently, "armysniper" is from the Daytona Beach area. If we combine "Manuel N. Perez" and "Daytona Beach" in google, however, we get THIS: http://nsbnews.net/content/408288-f...d-after-fight-wife-their-ormond-beach-home-ov
    http://nsbnews.net/content/406164-s...-city-notice-he-intends-sue-alleges-police-ch
    http://cops.heraldtribune.com/Officer/Details/176606
    http://www.nacole.org/daytona-beach-fl-suit-cop-turned-routine-traffic-stop-strip-s
    Additionally, "armysniper" appears to be practically running a business on the Buy, Sell, and Trade page: (http://www.thehighroad.org/search.php?searchid=10972176)
    as well as listing multiple times that he is from the "Daytona Bay Area" (http://www.thehighroad.org/showthread.php?p=8130057#post8130057)
    or, more specifically, ORMOND BEACH! (http://www.thehighroad.org/showthread.php?p=8419259#post8419259)
    Smells a little more than fishy, actually. :what:
     
  24. tarakian

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    Here is the contact info from the domain registration. I show it as being created on Dec. 7th of this year.

    Administrative Contact:
    Perez, Manuel tacticalsupplychain@gmail.com
    tacticalsupplychain@gmail.com
    500 Shadow Lakes Blvd
    Apt 114
    Ormond Beach, Florida 32174
    United States
    3868469119
     
  25. eajonesyk2

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    Dear Lord

    I hope this isn't the guy running the tacsupplychain website. What a cluster.
     
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