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    Default Walmart sells mills?

    Add I saw on facebook. Never would have thought.

    https://www.walmart.com/ip/1-1-2-HP-...nLCK-lPPhL566o
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    Quote Originally Posted by vpt View Post
    Add I saw on facebook. Never would have thought.

    https://www.walmart.com/ip/1-1-2-HP-...nLCK-lPPhL566o
    "Sold & shipped byShopitHub"

    Wallmart also "sells" grizzly lathes: https://www.walmart.com/ip/Grizzly-I...athe/116831799

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    I been seeing a variety of things listed by Walmart lately, I think they are getting onto the Amazon type marketing.

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    Must be in their heap Chinese tool department. I never go to WM for anything.

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    They are the cheapest place in the area for CCI Mini-Mag 22LR ammo, about the only thing I buy there
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    Quote Originally Posted by Ringo View Post
    I been seeing a variety of things listed by Walmart lately, I think they are getting onto the Amazon type marketing.
    I have noticed the same.
    About the last couple of years when searching for some shop related items I have seen Walmart come up as a source for some very diversified items.
    I have not seen anything of the sort stocked locally so assumed Walmart wanted an online presence like Amazon.
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    WOW, where have you guys been?
    WalMart (and others) have been leasing out their Internet sales apparatus to other businesses for a long time. You will never see a mill in their stores. When ever I search for auto parts Walmart, Sears and even Newegg always come up (and usually at the higher end of the price spread).

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    for that price I can get a real mill not a glorified drill press.

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    Quote Originally Posted by bob308 View Post
    for that price I can get a real mill not a glorified drill press.
    Yeah wow second that ---- the cost of mills must have went up for a pos like that to be 35 hundred bucks that's just insane...

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    But it comes with a ladder.
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