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Discussion in 'General chit chat' started by bartrum, Feb 12, 2014.

  1. bartrum

    bartrum Active Member

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    Just a quickie. Has anyone else bought the march issue of these magazines and got February issue of airgunner? Something wrong?
     
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    tinmanofkent Tiger King

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    No.

    It sounds like you have bought your copy from a supermarket. If I buy my copy at Sainsburys I get last months copy of the sister publication thrown in. I think they do it to get rid of all the back issues.

    James
     
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    A ha ! I'll try sainsburys to get mine as at moment I have to go to wh smiths for em as tesco and morrisons don't have em ( even tho they stock my horse , horse and country , your horse , our horse , you and your horse ) oh and caravan weekly , caravan monthly , motor home and caravan news ! :( and I won't even go into rail and steam publications !!!!!!!
     
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    Great :( Yet last month I bought it from sainsburys as well, and got the right issues. Oh well. Robbing ...........!
     
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    Got mine in Tesco, it came with Porting Shooter magazine

    Bluesboydave
     
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    sporting Shooter !
     
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    My local Tesco does this, too.
     
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    My local tesco doesn't have any shooting magazines , mind you not the best idea in an area with one of the worst crime stats in the country !
     
  9. tinmanofkent

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    Asda also sell shooting publications, I sometimes pop in for Countryman's Weekly.

    I think because the supermarkets have great buying power they often get special offers from publishers. Tractor & Machinery magazine sometimes give away free books that they retail normally for £8 with their magazine at Sainsburys and Tesco.
     
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    I had this was reading it had a strange sense of daja vu. I thought that's crap they have just copied bits from the last mag. Until I realized it was the issue
     

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