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Online vs. Store Bought

Discussion in 'Caliber Corner' started by bwallac7, Aug 16, 2012.

  1. NEOH212

    NEOH212 Diesel Girl

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    As others have said. Purchasing ammo online is only cost effective when you purchasing a large quantity at once. If you only need a few boxes of ammo, your better off buying locally.

    If you want bulk, especially defensive ammo, nothing beats buying on line unless a local brick and mortar is going to match online prices. (Yea, that's gonna happen. :upeyes:)

    Most of the time, the online ammo stores have a much better selection and are restocked faster than the local guy. I don't make bad money but I couldn't afford to shoot anywhere near as much as I do if I didn't reload and purchase ammo/reloading components online.

    Prices locally would be too cost prohibitive.
     
  2. unit1069

    unit1069

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    Thanks for the info on Aquila Ammo, guys. I think I'll try some the next time I order range ammo. I haven't read any bad reviews of the stuff; I just don't know much about it but so far everyone seems to give their "okay" to this ammo.
     


  3. hulk2k8

    hulk2k8

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    The one thing I found cheaper at Walmart is CCI Mini Mag 22 LR.
    After tax it's about $7.30 for 100 rounds. It's $7.50 shipped from sgammo or ammotogo even when buying in bulk.