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cheap place for air rifle pellets and acsesories

Discussion in 'Anything Airgun Related' started by noseb112, Feb 23, 2014.

  1. noseb112

    noseb112 Banned

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    Any website which is reliable and cheap goods
     
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    uttings
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    quite a few more but those are all you'll need really
     
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    cheapairriflepellets.com in Sheffield.

    airrifleshop,my local RFD and one of the best shops ever.
     
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    are they any good? there website always put me off them as it looks dodgey:D
     
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    cheapairriflepellets? Yeah,we buy our CO2 and Geco pellets from there since they are the cheapest about,the website is lacking but it's a good shop.
     
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    With today's ever increasing Carriage costs

    It really pays to check carriage costs and minumum orders

    There is not a great mark up on Air Guns or Accessories

    BOB/R
     
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    Support your local gunshop if you can. Good idea too if you are just starting out shooting. Tons of good advice as well.

    WALKERS OF TROWEL
     
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    Carriage is increasing making buying lead online not always a good idea. I have been looking myself as I want a bulk buy with a mate even bulk wise it's hardly worth it .looking around prices can vary highly one type may be cheaper but then the other type you want may not and then ordering from two suppliers isn't economical .
    I am a believer in support a local shop and occasionally you can deal a deal bulk buy ,but I don't like to be overcharged either for the privaledge .
    went into 2 shops few weeks back same lead but 3 quid a tin difference me thinks not .when you find them you like cheaper buy plenty.
    Good luck
     
  11. Pidlar

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    I supported my local dealer initially with my pellet purchases, but he's added £2 to a tin in a little over 18 months. I now buy in bulk online saving £3 a tin. Most folk would argue the fact that my RFD has running costs for his building etc etc, but the catch here is that I'm purchasing from another RFD who also has the same costs. Even when offering to bulk buy 20 my RFD still worked out more expensive by at least £2.10 more.
    Regards,Stu.
     
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    I agree with supporting your local rfd if they want to look after you ...I have rfd close by that will go out out there way to help me so I'll spend in there even if they are a bit dearer atb
     
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    Depends how good your local is :) mine are great guys and a nice shop, but service is a bit dodgey :D
     

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