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    Default Re: Ammo pricing bottom??

    Quote Originally Posted by mmi View Post
    they use to be 8$ all day long in before y2k
    $8 at 3% over 20 years is about $14. That's the normal price for a brick of .22.

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    Default Re: Ammo pricing bottom??

    Back when I was a young-in , a 500rd 'brick' of Federal , Remington or Winchester .22LR with plated bullets was about $10-12. The cheaper promo-grade ammo (Federal Lightning , Remington Mohawk , Winchester Wildcat) with non-plated bullets was $7-8 per.

    At the Sellersville show , I saw a 525rd box of Remington .22LR for $20.

    One other guy wanted $8 for a partial (50rd) box of Winchester .22LRHP!
    Last edited by abner13; March 3rd, 2019 at 01:20 PM.
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    Default Re: Ammo pricing bottom??

    What I would like to find is .303 and .308 at a reasonable price locally...they haven't gone down...I figured after deer season ended, they'd drop.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Roadking View Post
    What I would like to find is .303 and .308 at a reasonable price locally...they haven't gone down...I figured after deer season ended, they'd drop.
    What do you consider reasonable on .308?
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    Default Re: Ammo pricing bottom??

    If you don't mind the rebate game here's CCI 9mm for $149 shipped (after $20 rebate).

    https://gun.deals/product/cci-blazer..._source=forums
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    Default Re: Ammo pricing bottom??

    Quote Originally Posted by Walleye Hunter View Post
    What do you consider reasonable on .308?
    .308 Win or 7.62 NATO?
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    Default Re: Ammo pricing bottom??

    Quote Originally Posted by abner13 View Post
    .308 Win or 7.62 NATO?
    Well...I guess 7.62 NATO but...maybe both...is there enough difference to worry about? And that brings me to another thing...my 91 is stamped .308 on the side of it...
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    Default Re: Ammo pricing bottom??

    Quote Originally Posted by Walleye Hunter View Post
    If you don't mind the rebate game here's CCI 9mm for $149 shipped (after $20 rebate).

    https://gun.deals/product/cci-blazer..._source=forums
    Now be awesome and find me a deal like that on some JHP too lol

    Please? Lol

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    Quote Originally Posted by Emptymag View Post
    LOL! Yep - that's one I'm happy to have been wrong about.
    People used to point out bulk ammo pricing to me, but I was always saying that RETAIL/per box would never see $10 for 50 rds of 9mm.
    It took a while, but it's out there now for that price - and less.
    I'm glad you were wrong too. I figured it would hit $10 again but now dropping below $8 a box in some cases, I don't think it's going to get any cheaper.

    How is the Wal Mart pricing right now? I have not looked for a long time.

    My plan is to continue to hoover it up at low prices when I can afford to. I'll continue to reload 9mm as I have thousands of 115g and 124g bullets to use up. I found I like shooting 147g bullets in 9mm so from here on out I think I will start reloading 147g bullets instead.

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    Default Re: Ammo pricing bottom??

    Quote Originally Posted by Walleye Hunter View Post
    Well...I guess 7.62 NATO but...maybe both...is there enough difference to worry about? And that brings me to another thing...my 91 is stamped .308 on the side of it...
    Some rifles yes , some rifles no. Don't recall what was on my HK-91. I ran mostly surplus , Rem-UMC/.Win-USA and Fed-AmEagle thru it.
    My DPMS LR-308 says most commercial ammo is good to go.

    But most M14 folks know to stick with 7.62 NATO M59/M80 in M14-type rifles.

    7.62 NATO M80 limits , 50,000psi

    .308 Winchester , 55,000psi
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