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9mm ammo: Anybody online cheaper than Natchez?

Discussion in 'Handguns: Autoloaders' started by tbeb, Oct 5, 2005.

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  1. tbeb

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    I want to buy some 9mm practice ammo. I can get 1000 rounds of CCI Blazer 115 gr. for $110.00 from Natchez. That's only $5.50, shipping included , per 50 rounds. I know that's pretty darn good. Anyhow, is there anybody online who can beat that. I'm looking for brands such as CCI, Sellier & Belott, Fiocchi, PMP, or the like.
     
  2. hkmp5g17

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    Have you tried WalMart? You can get Winchester bulk packed 9mm (other calibers too) for $10/100. That's a little cheaper and no waiting. :)
     
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    That's a good online price. However, my local Academy Sports sells the same CCI Blazer for $3.99/box of 50 . Since I can get a case of 1000 for $80 plus tax from them, I hardly ever order 9mm ammo online anymore...
     
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    I buy Miwall reloads from local gunshows for $89/1000, very high quality never had a problem in over 1000's of rounds and no shippping, comes w/ a free ammo can too. You can order online from Outdoormarksman.com
     
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    Hrm thats a pretty good price, 90... I wonder if shipping comes to $25 or more...


    Otherwise Winchester White boxe, 115gr rounds, 1000 for $113.40 + tax from walmart
     
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    It's hard to beat Natchez, but it depends on shipping vs sales tax where ever you live. If Wally-world has it at a decent price for cash & carry, go for it, value your time.
     
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    The best quality range ammo I've ever shot was MFS from Hungary but I can't find any on the Net and I shot a lot in 45 ACP.

    Shooting all of these steel cases is not good for your chambers!

    Georgia arms is good stuff and its a brass case too.
     
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    US $90/case"

    I wouldn't pay half that for that ammo. The cheap Russian steel cased ammo is okay for some calibers but I don't shoot it in 9mm or .45acp anymore. It is too dirty and the red sealant on the primers is a real pain because it works it way into everything. They do jam more often and have more duds than any American ammo I have shot. WWB is great stuff but CCI is both hotter and more accurate in most of my guns.

    I have yet to find a better deal online than CCI Blazer from Natchez so I tend to think that there isn't one.
     
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    Natchez sells the RWS Geco brand. 124gr FMJ and it's the best "cheaper" ammo I've found. I bought a bunch and it was about $5.00 a box at Natchez. A bit more than WWB but much better ammo, in my opinion.
     
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    You might check some of local gun shops. Today I found a local shop that takes bulk purchases of Fiocci, PMC and another I can't remember and takes the cartridges out of the boxes, put them in plastic bags by the 100ct and sells them for 11 bucks and change for 9mm FMJ. They do the same thing with 40, 357, 44Mag and 45ACP. I remember the 357 was 100ct of 158gr for 17 bucks. Just a thought.
     
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    Our Academy Sports has Blazer for $3.79 or $3.89....
     
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    In NJ, our Walmarts don't sell ammo and the sporting-goods stores I've visited aren't exactly cheap... I'll buy a box or two along with targets to support them, but for bulk orders online- even with shipping- are less expensive.

    I like to shoot brass so I've been buying Lancer and Miwall. I recommend Miwall's bulk 9mm (I like their 124) and Lancer's competition/self-defense loads.
     
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    I second www.outdoormarksman.com they sell miwall new and reloaded, as well as many other major brands at good pricing. Shipping is about $15 to me in NY which is not bad, still altogether cheaper then natchez or midwayusa.
     
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