Yesterday, I attended the LAX Firing Range quarterly "Parking lot Ammo sale". After, receiving email marketing, stating the sales would be their "BEST prices" etc etc Friday night, I called 12 hours prior to the "SALE" and was quoted a price of $240.00 for 1,000 rounds of 9mm, tax included but was told ammo would be cheaper at the parking lot sale. (Jan 18 2013) I decided to get there 2 hours early at 7am Saturaday morning, already a huge line has formed and stood in line for 4 hours with my girlfriend to get a "good deal" on some LAX Re-loaded 9mm. I finally get into the buying area at LAX "parking lot sale" and 1,000 rounds of re-loaded 9mm is just $219.99. I saved $20, yeah its not huge but still a nice way for LAX to show customer appreciation for those of use who buy in bulk and are loyal with their business. EXCEPT..they charged me CA sales tax @ 9.5%. So that 219.99 turned into $240.89. Which is $0.89 MORE than their regular every day out the door price. I went inside the LAX Firing range store, where there was no line and was told.."Sorry, they did not make a mistake in charging you tax" Followed by "Hey, I don't set the prices". Personally, I feel LAX Ammo took advantage loyal customers and the current political gun control debate/ammo shortage to make a buck and I felt pretty disgusted by it. Pretty sure, that is the last time I ll ever spend money with LAX again. Anyone else, have experience good or bad with LAX Ammo/Firing range pricing/sales?