Hey guys, just wanted to share and compare ammo prices, comparing them to what they cost in Peru. I've already spoken about prices in Peru, you know I paid $1030 for my Glock 25 (US dollars) but not only does it mean a Glock costs twice as much as it does in the States, but there's something else. Remember that the US dollar equals about 3 Peruvian Soles. So my gun was roughly 3000 soles. The thing is, Peruvians earn their money in Soles. In the USA, people earn their money in US dollars of course, so we could easily say that what costs 1 dollar in the USA, say, a chocolate bar, equals what 1 Peruvian Sol can buy you down here, a chocolate bar. Having this principle in mind, a lot of things come to mind, except of course cars and electronics which are a lot more expensive compared to the US. When I was living in the USA I could go to the movies for about 10-15 bucks depending on the theater and the day of the week (and maybe the place I was in) and here in Peru you can go to the cinema for about 15 soles as well. You get the point. Now, think of ammo. I don't know how much it costs in the USA, say, a box of 50 Remington .380's. Here, people pay 84 soles for a box of .380's and if you're a cop or in the military (or happen to own a 9mm gun) the price for 9mm Luger is a bit more expensive, of course, cops and the military get discounts and what not. So, if we compare the prices using the above "principle", this means that spending 84 soles for a box of 50 rounds of .380 is "kinda like" spending 84 bucks in the US for the same thing. Now, I'm sure it's A LOT cheaper than that. And lets say, a box will cost you 15-20 bucks (just throwing a number out), that would mean that if that was "real" for Peru, I'd be spending 15-20 soles for a box of ammo. Hell, I'd be at the range 24/7!! Wanna kill these ads? We can help!