+1. That's essentially why I pulled most of my business from them, too. About the only thing I buy there now is ammo and targets.ICP_Juggalo said:The only qualms I have with Wal-Mart is when they try to use the power of government and eminent domain abuse to acquire land to build one of their stores.
Sounds like we share some of the same stomping grounds.larryg2 said:Bought them on Mansell Rd between 400 and Rt.9 in Roswell.
I was at the one on Hwy29 in Lilburn durring lunch. $14.88 for WWB 100rnd packs of 9mm. They were out of then though. They were also out of Blazer Brass. I'll have to go to Windward or Cumming tomorrow to get some.Rammstein said:oh man....I was gonna have to make a trip to your Wal*Mart to pick up some ammo. But $19.....man...that's steep!
I'll agree with that, but by the time I drive from Cumming to Athens and back, I'll spend more that my savings in gas. Unless, I stock up and get a thousand rounds or so.glockgirl said:academy $4.64 per 50 for 9mm still the best deal around....
Don't efforts like that typically get fronted by an elected representative? Why are we not blaming them? I don't blame Dell for trying to get tax breaks out of North Carolina, and I don't blame GA Power for using eminent domain to ensure my power goes out less frequently than in the Phillippines..ICP_Juggalo said:The only qualms I have with Wal-Mart is when they try to use the power of government and eminent domain abuse to acquire land to build one of their stores.