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Grafs Has .22 LR ammo

Discussion in 'General Gun Discussions' started by hotajax, May 4, 2013.

  1. hotajax

    hotajax member

    50 bucks for 500 rds. As of 1205 Eastern Daylight time. A free public service announcement.
  2. Bruno2

    Bruno2 Well-Known Member

    When I was a kid (25yrs ago) a brick of 22lr was $8.99 and it was good ammo too. I have never seen the likes of duds that I saw in Remington golden buckets. $50 a brick seems a little high to me. JMHO, but I guess its available.:uhoh:
  3. KTXdm9

    KTXdm9 Well-Known Member

    Not that bad in today's environment.
  4. Thermactor

    Thermactor member

    About the price of milsurp 5.45x39.
  5. hotajax

    hotajax member

    .22 lr

    Yeah, a guy can tell you he can sell it to you for a low price. But if he doesn't have it, call me back and let me know how much you paid as a kid, OK?
  6. nathan

    nathan Well-Known Member

    Ammo shortage is here to stay for 2013. We are already five months post Sandy Hook and its not over yet. So yes, it s not gonna end until the Antis stop their attacks.
  7. hotajax

    hotajax member

    Ammo Shortage

    Dick Morris reported this past week that part of the ammo shortage is that the US Govt is buying up available supplies.
  8. Walkalong

    Walkalong Moderator

    They can keep it.
  9. rainbowbob

    rainbowbob Well-Known Member

    Thanks for the heads up. I ordered two. Yeah, I hate the prices too...but I have to have something for my grandson to put through the M&P 15-.22
  10. firesky101

    firesky101 Well-Known Member

    This surprised me as I have not really seen grafs doing the price hikes of other retailers, so I checked it out. This is SK ammo, not federal, remington, or winchester. Also the price is $45 and if I remember correctly grafs has flat $5 shipping so that price of $50 is shipped. For SK $50 shipped is not really that far out of line for 500 rounds.
  11. MedWheeler

    MedWheeler Well-Known Member

    Is this stuff any good? As in, will it run in a semi-auto? I've never hear dof it, but I'm tempted. I do own one revolver in .22 I could shoot it in.
  12. firesky101

    firesky101 Well-Known Member

    I believe it is loaded by Lapua, and is generally considered to be quite consistent. I don't see any reason it would not function in autoloaders.
  13. CharlieDeltaJuliet

    CharlieDeltaJuliet Well-Known Member

    I ordered some too. I shot it a few years ago and it ran really well.
  14. Highland Ranger

    Highland Ranger Well-Known Member

    Half the price of the green tag I bought from Natchez last week. But probably not in same class.
  15. Bruno2

    Bruno2 Well-Known Member

    looks like they have already sold out of the 500/ct cans. They still have 50/ct boxes though.
  16. Snowdog

    Snowdog Well-Known Member

    10 cents a round for .22LR, ouch.

    Unless I absolutely had to shoot .22LR right now, I would freakin' wait until it drops to at least half that (and it will).

    There are plenty of folks with buyer's remorse having spent $7 or $8 for a box of what sold for $1.49 a year ago. I'm quite certain that most who jump on this "deal" will be counted among them unless they can forever convince themselves that the immediate need for this ammunition was dire enough to justify the price. Good luck with that.

    .22LR is still being made. It will continue to be made and imported. Supply will increase as demand wanes. This stuff will sell for less than $20 once again in the not-too-distant future.

    Besides, paying these prices for ammunition only continues to maintain a demand that justifies the inflated prices.

    The sky is not falling.
  17. hotajax

    hotajax member

    Snow Dog

    Nobody said the sky was falling, those are your words. I only put it up there so that those who wanted to buy it, could.

    A quote from you: ".22LR is still being made". Really? You think all the ammo guys quit making it? When it's $2, go buy some. Call me to prove me wrong, OK?

    You don't have to buy it, you don't have to read my posts. In fact, please don't. You missed my whole point. I put this post up for one reason: So that those who want the ammo can buy it. I don't have a dog in this fight, and nothing in my life will change whether you like the price or not. Hot Ajax Out
    Last edited: May 4, 2013
  18. PGT

    PGT Well-Known Member

    its not overly priced for better quality ammo. I've got the Lapua version of it and paid about the same.
  19. Snowdog

    Snowdog Well-Known Member

    Don't take my comments personally, they weren't necessarily directed at anyone in particular.
    I didn't say the ammo you linked to was unfairly priced considering today's insanely panicked market. However, the environment which we are fostering by gobbling up ammunition at greatly inflated prices is my concern.

    I can only hope the profits that are being made by ammunition companies that cannot make their products fast enough to sate our sudden voracious appetite trickles to the lobbies that defend our rights.

    No, .22LR cannot be found for $2/currently. But it will in time. When demand wanes, all the sooner.
    If no one bought a box of .22LR for $5 today because it was priced too high, it wouldn't be priced at $5 tomorrow.
  20. JTHunter

    JTHunter Well-Known Member

    At the ECA gunshow in Belleville, IL today, prices ranged fro $47 to $75 for .22LR.

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