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Wolf Ammo 7.62x39 for $299/1000 Delivered

Discussion in 'Rifle Country' started by CWL, Jun 4, 2009.

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  1. CWL

    CWL Member

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    About as cheap as you're going to find it right now.

    Get it before it runs out.

    www.ammoman.com
     
  2. TheWarhammer

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    Unless you go here and get it for $10 less. ;) Although I'm not sure if Classic offers free shipping like Ammoman.

    http://www.classicarms.us/

    Personally, I think we are on the cusp of seeing supply catch back up with demand. CheaperThanDirt (whom I'm extremely angry with over their price gouging on ammo and will likely never purchase from again, even though I live 3 miles from their store) had Wolf 122gr on their website for $4.97 per box a few days ago. Ammo prices are about to fall back to where they should be. That would be the time to stock up, IMO.
     
  3. zoom6zoom

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    Cope's has Golden Tiger for $279 plus UPS... came to 299 for me. Ordered this morning and shipped this afternoon.
     
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  4. mljdeckard

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    I was in Impact a few days ago, they said that they are definitely seeing the end of the crisis, they have a lot of stuff in the warehouse they couldn't get, and for pretty much anything you're talking about weeks, not months.
     
  5. Average Joe

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    Its still way overpriced, and will come down more as the panic buying subsides.
     
  6. Redneck with a 40

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    mlj, hopefully that applies to primers as well.:) I have enough large rifle to get me through the summer, but once prices return to normal, I'll be buying a couple more bricks. I don't have an issue with small pistol primers, sitting on a pile of those.:)
     
  7. Ignition Override

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    What is the primary factor allowing more ammo to be found, or prices to come down?
    Have most people finished their panic-buying, or have manufacturers produced more ammo etc?

    The fact that the govt has not passed any of the much-dreaded legislation might have sunken in (until the next Congess. elections)...or has it?
     
  8. Ignition Override

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    King G.:

    You seem to understand this market better than most shooters.
    It's all still sort of new to this late-bloomer.

    Do you suspect that Russian-made .223 might end up cost a fair bit more than R-made 7.62x39, due to the latest changes in Iraq and Afghanistan?
     
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