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#6975076 - 11/28/17 11:02 AM Macks Browning BXD Rebate
noname124398 Offline
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Registered: 12/19/12
Posts: 33
Loc: Conroe
Been browsing for deals on shells and saw Macks is offering a rebate of "up to" $100 per case for the new Browning BXD shells. At $200 for a case of 3.5" shells, a $100 rebate would be a heck of a deal but I'm worried about that little "up to" part. No additional details on their website so I figured I'd ask here if anyone has taken advantage of this deal and what the actual rebate turned out to be? Don't wanna drop $200 and end up with a $100 coupon on a Browning shotgun or some other lame deal. Also, if anyone is interested, the deal is going on until Dec 31.

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#6975092 - 11/28/17 11:14 AM Re: Macks Browning BXD Rebate [Re: noname124398]
noname124398 Offline
Light Foot

Registered: 12/19/12
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Loc: Conroe
Nevermind, found the details. $5 per box up to 20 boxes. so only $50 per case.

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#6975106 - 11/28/17 11:30 AM Re: Macks Browning BXD Rebate [Re: noname124398]
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I have a case. I recommend buying a box and patterning them prior to buying a case. They use the Blindside wad with round shot, it patterns tight tight, even with a open choke. I have been meaning to order a Briley Timber & Teal choke to see if I could get them to pattern just a wee bit more open inside 40yds.
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#6975417 - 11/28/17 04:08 PM Re: Macks Browning BXD Rebate [Re: David Maas]
noname124398 Offline
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Registered: 12/19/12
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Loc: Conroe
Originally Posted By: David Maas
I have a case. I recommend buying a box and patterning them prior to buying a case. They use the Blindside wad with round shot, it patterns tight tight, even with a open choke. I have been meaning to order a Briley Timber & Teal choke to see if I could get them to pattern just a wee bit more open inside 40yds.

Good to know. With it only being a $50 rebate I think ill just stick with my tried and true Hevi Steel considering they're only $180 per case. Thanks for the heads up.

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