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Midsouth Offering Free Hazmat This Weekend

Discussion in 'Handloading and Reloading' started by PCCUSNRET, Sep 1, 2011.

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  1. PCCUSNRET

    PCCUSNRET Member

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    Just received an e-mail from Midsouth offer free Hazmat over the weekend if you order $250.00 worth of powder and primers. Figures I just purchased powder and primers from LGS this past weekend (primers were $29.95 per brick and powder was $24.99 per lb + 5% VA tax). Not sure what they charge for shipping 16 lbs of powder, but it would have saved me $7.00 per lb for the powder had I known earlier about this sale. Anyhow, if anyone is interested here is the info:

    Offer valid Friday, September 2, 2011 8am CST until Monday, September 5, 2011 at midnight CST.

    No Hazardous Material fee on orders of $250 or more worth of powder and/or primers.

    MUST ENTER PROMO CODE: FREEHAZ

    Your order can have non-hazardous items in it, but it must have at least $250 worth of powder and/or primers.

    In stock items only. Savings cannot be applied to back orders.

    http://www.midsouthshooterssupply.com/

    ATTENTION!! We must have a copy of your driver's license on file!! Please send a copy to id@midsouthshooterssupply.com or fax it to us at (931) 503-8037.

    REMEMBER!! We are open Friday, September 2, but we're taking a long weekend too! Please get your ID on file with us, if you have not already, so you can take advantage of this offer!
     
  2. EddieNFL

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    I checked it out, but the prices are higher than PV, so it cancels out.
     
  3. Jasper1573

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    +1 for EddieNFL's comment.

    I did a price comparison on what I normally order, and PV's prices overcome the free hazmat.
     
  4. dbarnhart

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    I guess I'm really lucky. There is an independent guy about 10 minutes from my house with powder and primer prices only a couple dollars more than PV.
     
  5. Joemyxplyx

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    Yeah, I checked too. They're prices are about $20/8lb jug higher than Powder Valley. Buying $250 worth of powder would cost more than just buying it at Powder Valley without a sale.

    I wonder how they sell powder when they're not having a sale.
     
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