Discussion in 'General Gun Discussions' started by DDDWho, Jun 21, 2021.
That's a bad decision as Walmart's huge buying power gets them a lower price than anyone else. Using someone like Academy or Sportsmens Warehouse might be more accurate.
Since this insanity has begun, I have purchased .22lr anywhere from $.05/each to .12/each. I know I will never see pricing like I did in the past when I was able to buy a case (6250 rounds) for $95. I expect pricing to be anywhere from .05 for cheap stuff (Thunderbolts and Wildcats) to .10 or .12 for mid level (CCI Mini mags or similar) and higher for top tier target ammo.
I recently bought .22 CCi at walmart for $.075 a round. Have fate folks!
There seems to be plenty of "fate" already. I personally could probably use a little more faith that ammo prices won't remain astronomical from here on out.
I really believe what Walmart stocks is a regional thing, or the sporting goods manager. In my area, stores go from hardly any ammo in good times, to some rifles/shotguns in the rack and ammo.
A few years ago I was in Joplin Mo. and they had a good sized area for guns and ammo.
Shooting is going to become a wealthy man’s hobby. It already is.
The other day, we were out and he paid $50 for a box of 38 specials. He still won't consider loading his own though.
sounds about right, I like buying Walmart bird shots, $24/100. .22 and shotshells is the only ammo I buy
This. Prices might go down substantially but the chances of going all the way back to 2019 prices are almost zero. People in power have decided the world was to good for the average person back then.
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