angry john wrote:
Flippers - No I am not talking about what you put on your feet nor hoisting bass into the boat using the rod. I am talking about guys that buy tackle low and sell it high. They watch for trends and discontinued items and buy them or they wait for others to unload their gear at low prices with not intentions of using it only to turn around and sell it at a later date for a profit. They seem to be dead set on an price that allows them to make money on the item and will not accept anything less for it. They often bump posts with no price drops. Can't stand these type of people.
It drives me insane in all of my hobbies when people do this. Cant find a 22 round to save my life but guys with 15,000 rounds ready to sell them at double or triple the rate well because they just want to make money. Been wanting some of the hudd shads and they can be had for triple the price on ebay but TW has been out of stock for months...[/quote
Ahhh, the supply and demand dynamic of capitalism at work. Happens all day every day, most people don't take notice until it affects something they're after. But sometimes the market turns like a rabid pit bull and "Mr 22 round hoarder" is left with an inventory he's lucky to break even on.
You ALWAYS have the option to say "no" ...