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SAF gets $100K contribution from Cheaper Than Dirt
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Quote:The Second Amendment Foundation revealed today that it has received the single largest contribution ever from a corporate sponsor, a $100,000 check from CheaperThanDirt, one of the nation’s largest on-line retail sporting goods dealers.

http://www.examiner.com/article/saf-gets...rt?cid=rss
It's the "BILL OF RIGHTS" not the bill of "needs"
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middlefinger;79320 Wrote:
Quote:The Second Amendment Foundation revealed today that it has received the single largest contribution ever from a corporate sponsor, a $100,000 check from CheaperThanDirt, one of the nation’s largest on-line retail sporting goods dealers.

http://www.examiner.com/article/saf-gets...rt?cid=rss

At the prices they are charging now, just a drop in the bucket. Doesn't matter though. They still won't be getting my money.
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It's nice to see they are sharing some of the profit from their price gouging. In all seriousness, that's a generous donation.
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Trying to buy back loyalty.

I've seen a lot more of their ads on Sportsman Channel and Outdoor Channel lately, too.
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n1fhpa;79322 Wrote:It's nice to see they are sharing some of the profit from their price gouging. In all seriousness, that's a generous donation.

It is, but it isn't. The amount is nice for SAF. But with what that company is worth, the 100k is a drop in the bucket. Not to mention I am sure there will be a way to do a tax write off.
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CTD is trying to buy back some of the friends that they lost when they decided not to sell modern sporting rifles until the pressure got to them. Angry
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Paradigm;79343 Wrote:Trying to buy back loyalty.

I've seen a lot more of their ads on Sportsman Channel and Outdoor Channel lately, too.

I've noticed that as well. Seems like every other commercial is the one with Jerry Miculek. Makes me wonder how he feels about being sponsored by them...
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They will never see money from me again, the price gouging was enough for me to turn my back on them. When they turned their backs on us that sealed the deal.
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