Discussion in 'General Gun Discussions' started by Lawnman380, Apr 20, 2009.
I could be wrong but I seem to recall that you can't cancel a listing once it gets a bid.
since the ending date was 4-20 maybe the guy was a little
Hey, he had a $2,075 budget to celebrate the Fuhrer's Birthday and a thousand neighbors he didn't like; so what?
Click the link at the top where it says it's been relisted.
It's ironic that pistol rounds in the UK are at their normal reasonable price and plentiful. Yet in the USA, where we buy them in from, things like this are going on.
If I had a boat I could make a fortune on the black market.
I agree this is a BS auction or a shill account.
Another lot for sale
guys... the original auction was bid on by an idiot/fake buyer, the seller relisted it.
Dogs and cats sleeping together... MASS [email protected]#[email protected]$#[email protected]$#!
I think some of these bidders should be buying medication, not ammo.
So... the fake buyer paid $1 to join Gunbroker and now is banned for the fraudulent bid.
Must be those darn drug dealers from Mexico! we all know they have money to burn and the good ol USA supplies 90% of the firearms there!
Another reminder of why I have never and will never deal with any of these scam artists on these internet gun sites.
The funny thing is I checked out about 10 local Walmarts over the weekend and although 9mm is totally out, there was certainly a case of .357 among them, at about $24 a box. $480 for your case.
And that will last until he clears his cookie cache and/or gets a new IP address - depending how they implement that.
Online bans are worthless.
just because it is relisted doesn't mean it didn't sell. I purchased some parts with "buy it now" and a couple of days later it was relisted. I contacted the seller and he said he has alot of that part and just keeps relisting them even though the have been sold. 5 days later my parts showed up. maybe it is away to get around paying fees or something. not saying this ammo sale isn't malarky but "just a this is what happened to me"
They implement the ban to the credit card he registered to the site, email address, and his name & address.
He can sign back up using a new email address, name, and different credit card.
For another $1 he can play the game all over again.
I don't like how you can't see the bidder's name or record anymore.
That was very useful, I can't fathom why they decided to do that.
This is just as good.
That's gotta be a typo. Went by my dealer today and I almost got killed tripping over cases of ammo. .308, 54r and dare I say......7.62x39. Cases of it. It's all going to the Allentown show. All but a spam can of 54R.
It was $125. Yeah, I know, could have bought it for $30 a year ago, but at least there was plenty of it on the floor.
take note that the auction in post 45 is for boys and girls club charity
drunken internet shopping never turns out well especially when you are on an auction site
did it once on a pair of snowboard bindings I really wanted, thank god there was someone else out there drunk and bidding on them cause they went for 200 more than what they were worth. Remember kids Don't Drink and Go to Internet Auction Sites!
The single .22lr round for sale is GREAT!! I nearly fell out of my chair!!
how does one get the bidding history for a gunbroker auction?
Oops, found it.
The seller in that auction I have bought magazines from,was a professional no hassle transaction with them everytime.
Here is a seller that prices good usually,and if you play it smart and get lucky you can win for a good price.And with them,if you miss the first auction they usually have another next time.
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