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Maybe people are starting to figure out that the Walmart guns aren't the same quality as the ones the local gun shops have to buy. Most Gun dealers won't even take a Walmart gun on trade. Sad, but true. Anyone noticed anything funny about the ammunition you buy at Wally World?
 

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The guns are the same as the dealer carries........ Same dam guns except for the pattern grain on the wood stock.
If the pattern is different on the grain of the wood then they're not the same gun. The argument isn't that ALL Walmart guns are defective, its that your more likely to get a defective gun or ammunition from Walmart.
 

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All I can say is WOW! If you only knew Earl... Lets say for example Earl that you make ice fishing traps. Labor and parts cost you $5 and you sell the product for $10 to your retailers. Lets say Mega Lo Mart aproaches you and says we want to buy all the ice fishing traps you can make from January-March but we're only going to pay $6 per trap. Now are you going to spend three months making $1 per trap or are you going to find cheaper parts, maybe cut the quality back a bit, and not check the quality so intently in an attempt to make a little more profit? Because this is how it works. Ever notice that if you buy a John Deere Tractor at a dealership the exterior is metal, but at Lowes or Home Depot they're plastic and much cheaper? All I ask is try to make a quality argument or back up a statement with some facts.
 
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