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It doesn't make sense

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Killing a little time I was scanning Gun Broker. There was an auction listed for one flat of
Estate Super Sport one oz. loads. It said the current bid is $155.00 plus $25.00 shipping.
I checked CAC in Ebensburg. On their web site the same shells are listed for $56.10.
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The last I talked to Eric at CAC, He made it clear the pricing on the website has not been updated in a while and will not be. Pricing and availability is available on the phone.
They had Zero Estates in stock at the time
 

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some people don't know when to stop at auctions, reality usually sets in about 1/2 hr after they pay the bill, they are easily recognized they are the guy's with the flat foreheads 😁 :cry:
 
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I saw the same thing on Gunbroker and after reading the ad, discovered it was for 00 buck loads. Since I never use them, I don't know if they are usually a lot more expensive than trap and field loads. Lots of things are going crazy on Gunbroker. Rifle and pistol primers are going for 200 bucks, and more, per thousand.
 
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