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Current price of a brick of STANDARD velocity .22 ammo

Discussion in 'General Gun Discussions' started by orpington, May 19, 2017.

  1. orpington

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    Is $28.95 good, bad, or otherwise?
     
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    Depends on the brand and type. SK Std+ runs about $50/brick, but SK Match Extra is about $80. Every brand has multiple levels of target ammo.
     
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    I found federal auto match at walmart the other day, 325 rds for $18
     
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    Yes, no and maybe as mentioned it really depends on manufacturer and within a brand name the specific type. Standard velocity is a start and "brick" sort of implies 500 cartridges.

    Ron
     
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    Just paid $49.99 for a brick of CCI Standard velocity .22s.
     
  7. orpington

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    Yes, of course...

    Aguila .22 Super Extra Standard Velocity, 40 grains, long rifle solid point, brick of 500.
     
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    That is about the average price I have seen. Finding prices is actually pretty easy, finding the stuff in stock is another matter. :) Would I pay that price? Yes, I would. What generally sucks is unless I find ammo I want locally on a shelf the shipping can be a PITA. Overall I like Aguila as it shoots well in several of my 22 rifles.

    Ron
     
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    At least 10 bricks for sale now less than 2 miles from where I live...
     
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    Conveniently located for your shopping pleasure. :)

    Ron
     
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    Couple of different brands, 500 or more per brick, about $39 at Cabelas a few days ago.
     
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    Without knowing the brand/type, I'd say it's at least fair. I haven't seen a brick in person under $40 in 5 years.
     
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    I got some from AIM Surplus recently.
    $25.90 for Aquila
    $37.90 for CCI
    $14.39 shipping for four bricks, 2000 rounds.
     
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    Define "brick" they come in different sizes and you also need to define the quality of .22 ammo you are looking to purchase.
     
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    a brick used to always mean 500 rounds. not so much anymore. so, e.g. $25/325 would clarify things greatly.

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  20. Jim Watson

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    Right. I only say "brick" to mean a container of 500 rounds, preferably in the traditional 10 boxes of 50. (I bought some American Eagle that looked like a brick but the individual boxes only held 40, 400 total.) Bulk packs of 325, 333, and 525 I call "cartons."

    One of the shopping sites breaks it down to cents per round, which is a clear comparison.
     
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    0.09 per rd. is the street price for Aquila or CCI std. velocity 22LR. Good ammo.

    Not always available so I buy 5k rds when I find it.

    Watch this website as it appears from time to time. Shipping for 5K rds is $20.
    https://www.ammofast.com/pages/shipping-rates
     
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    Just got a brick of Norma Tac 22 for 39.99 at Cabelas the other day.
     
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    That was a good price. Norma Tac shoots really well in some of my rifles.
     
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    Depends on your location. Around the DFW metromess, Academy Sports has Federal 525 round value packs for $22.95. It shoots pretty accurately in my rifles/pistols.

    They also have Aguila 40 gr std velocity for $3.99 for a box of 50. That's just under $.08 per round.
     
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    you have 22 ammo?
     

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