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Where to Buy Cheap Bulk Good Ammo?

Discussion in 'General Gun Discussions' started by amprecon, Nov 27, 2005.

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  1. amprecon

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    I'm looking to start buying large quantities of ammuntion. I'm done with my gun purchases and now just want to feed these demons well. Where might I go on-line or otherwise to get good deals on bulk pistol and rifle ammuntion? I'm going to need 9mm, .45acp, 7.62X39, .30-06 and .308. Thanks
     
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    Natchez (misspelled, but google it, it is based in my hometown, and won't sell to people in this state, but has great prices)

    Just check whch has best prices. Remember, shipping is the hidden rape. Look for cheap or no shipping charges.
     
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    cabelas

    cheaperthandirt.com
     
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    All those sources are fine, but I have never seen any offer bulk ammo pricing. These sources are simply the common good sources for buying ammo. Pricing usually stops at the can or case amount. I have never seen anything like a 20 case price that would be more in line with a "bulk" purchase.
     
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    Also try Ammunitionstore.com - I buy most of my milsurp from them. If you have a gunshow try that as well...some super deals can be found if you look. At a recent gunshow I picked up 880 round cases of 7.62x54R for $60 each out the door...cheaper than I can get it online.

    I believe (but have not confirmed) that you can get true 'bulk' pricing from ammunitionstore depending on the quantity you buy...I've never purchased that much before (I usually purchase less than 5000 rounds at a time) so I'm not positive...but worth a phone call if you're serious about it.
     
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    Buy some Wolf!
     
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    ammoman.com has some fair prices on most ammo and shipping is included.
     
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    Made a huge bulk order from georgia arms recently...

    Free shipping if you're ordering over a certain amount...
     
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    I use lancer ammo and highly recommend it. They offer both 'factory' loads and competition loads. If you want to buy a lot - say 5,000 rounds or more, give them a call and see if Mike (the owner) can offer better pricing.

    We had a bunch of folks go in on a big order - all delivered to one place - and we got a great price.

    I understand that Lancer recently dropped thier shipping prices to places west of the Mississipppi. Check 'um out!
     
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    Try www.outdoormarksman.com and check out the Miwall reloads. I have used a bunch of their 9mm with no problems.
     
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    Thanks for the replies, I've used Cheaper Than Dirt, Sportsman's Guide and Georgia Arms before and they do have decent pricing, but wanted to broaden my sources a little. I'll check those out.
     
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