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Price Reductions at Missouri Bullet Company

Discussion in 'Handloading and Reloading' started by MissouriBullet, Aug 5, 2010.

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  1. MissouriBullet

    MissouriBullet Member

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    We are very pleased to announce that we've been able to implement price reductions across our entire line of handgun bullets. We were fortunate to receive very favorable terms on our last truckload of lead (the timing was right this time) and are very happy to pass along the savings to our customer base. We're looking at roughly 4-7%. Many factors go into the pricing equation but the most significant one in this business is material cost, so when it drops, so can the price.

    Thanks!

    Brad
     
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    Thanks for passing on the savings!
     
  3. Rule3

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    Brad, in this day and age, that is almost unheard of. Most would retain the extra profit. It is indeed refreshing to see someone of your caliber :) in the business.

    Thanks!
     
  4. longdayjake

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    Get that camdex rolling already!
     
  5. MissouriBullet

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    Still waiting for it, Jake! Collator problems (I knew it! I knew it!). This is week 18 of the 16-week promised delivery frame.
     
  6. MissouriBullet

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    OCD1, you have to go with the market forces. People are economic beings who will behave in their own best interest. If I continued to charge the same price now with the cost of material down, the market (people, behaving in their own best interest) will punish me. So my best interest is served by responding to the market. I love the way capitalism works - everyone doing their best for everyone else by doing their best for themselves!

    Brad
     
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    Gotta do it!
     
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