Discussion in 'General Gun Discussions' started by docbrown, Sep 8, 2021.
https://www.ammofast.com/product-category/rimfire/22-short/ These guys have a limited amount.
Hope it helps.
Came out to $47 for 2 boxes, so I just bit the bullet and ordered it. 200 rounds will last me years of hunting grouse.
[email protected] $.38/rd & [email protected]$0.08/rd. It hurts my wallet, but I’m replacing stock now.
Interestingly I think prices between calibers have come together a little bit. I'm seeing things like 10mm Auto within a dollar or two of .45 ACP - it's like the old common, inexpensive calibers, like 9mm Luger or 5.56mm NATO have increased in price to where they're not a whole ton cheaper than the formerly more expensive calibers.
This is good news.
A couple hundred boxes of .223 from different manufacturers as you can see. Plenty of shotgun ammo & rifle ammo. I bought 2 boxes of Fetter (Russian) 15 count 2 3/4 00 Buckshot for $8 a box which I thought was a decent price. Also picked up a 20 count box of Remington 30.06 Core Lokt for $23. Had not seen 30.06 for at least a year.
All in all the prices, depending on manufacturer, were 20 to 50% higher than pre COVID. Not complaining though as those shelves were bare six months ago.
The demand for those two rounds tends to choke the ability to make others. As noted - here's deer season a few weeks away, where is the hunting ammo in cartridges, bullets, weights, and is there even any new loads? We won't know, the shelves are half empty and now there is demand for a reason, it won't last long.
16 millon new gun owners in the last few years. It's a major increase.
blazer brass 9mm $20.00, .40 $24.00, .45acp $28.00 and .380 $30.00
I know I plan on stocking them deep if I can ever find them at 100% mark up or less.
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