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7.62 x 39 bulk does show up but price

Discussion in 'Rifle Country' started by nathan, May 4, 2013.

  1. nathan

    nathan Well-Known Member

  2. cat_IT_guy

    cat_IT_guy Well-Known Member

    Thats no bargain.... but not terrible in my experience. My local wally-world runs the cheap stuff at $5.29+tax per 20 rounds whereas the local Dunhams wants $9.99+tax per 20rounds for Wolf.
  3. baz

    baz Well-Known Member

    That works out to $6.90 per 20. It has been quite a while since I've seen it for $3.45 per 20. So yeah, if you go back a few years, you could say it has doubled. It works out to be $0.345 per round, and if you get on gunbot, you will see lots of bulk x39 for $0.35-$0.40. Bulk .223/5.56 is going for over twice that. I don't think there's anything to complain about here.
  4. nathan

    nathan Well-Known Member

    The bargain now is still the .22 LRs bulk . 500 rds for $70 . Nothing is cheap for the most part. Im glad i have enough to keep me calm in these difficult times. The panickers are those who didnt do nothing when the going was good.
  5. ID-shooting

    ID-shooting Well-Known Member

    Hit a few Wallys, box stores and LGS's yesterday while shopping for a new scope. Wally had the cheapest 7.62x39, $5.40 (bought my 3 boxes and moved on). Highest was Wolf for $19.99 (not going back there anytime soon). Couple of shops were ~$6 per 20 of Russian steel cased. All but Wally and the box stores had several cases.

    None had .223 except one LGS had it for $9.99 per 20 for steel and $1 each for brass. Didn't need .223 so I moved on.

    Nobody had .22 LR left, none, nada, nothing. All sales staff told me they get cleaned out as soon as the doors open.
  6. nathan

    nathan Well-Known Member

    Nothing will remain normal as long as these anti 2A attacks keep coming. This is a phenomenon in American gun society for a good while now. The ups and downs when our rights are disturbed. I think it will only get worse as more people are hoarding even in better times.
  7. mberoose

    mberoose Well-Known Member

    7.62x39 prices should be the least of your concerns...it stayed the most reasonable during these unreasonable times.
  8. nathan

    nathan Well-Known Member

    The most unreasonable is the price of 5.56. It has reached record high of $1 a round. Its like hunting ammo , a 20 rd box of Winchester Super X 3006 is $20. Nothing is getting cheap in times like this. The best way not to get hosed is not to buy. Save your pennies for better times.

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