Wal-Mart FEED ME!!! Glock 31-33.

Discussion in 'Caliber Corner' started by MartinRiggs1987, Oct 20, 2010.


  1. Which Wal-Marts in the U.S., carry .357 Sig? If I could find Wal-Mart's that carried it. I'd get a Glock in that caliber. Help me.
     

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    #1 MartinRiggs1987, Oct 20, 2010
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  2. Angry Fist

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    It would be helpful if we knew where you were. All the ones around here do, in limited supply.
     

  3. Ft. Wayne, Indiana.

    Northeast Indiana.
     
    #3 MartinRiggs1987, Oct 20, 2010
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  4. In this case Dillon or Hornady are your best friend. It's a reloader's caliber and more complex to load than your standard straight wall case.
     
    #4 mboylan, Oct 20, 2010
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  5. started to see some here in NC....
     
  6. You mean Dillon or Hornady?
     
  7. Angry Fist

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    Why only WM, Martin? Check out some online prices, and look at reputable dealers. You can buy bulk (300+ rounds) from Cabela's at a good price from time to time. Might not be for the novice reloader.
     
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    Correct. If people calculated how much money they are wasting by using factory ammo they would crawl into a hole with shame.
     
  9. Given my tendency to shoot. I tend to look for the best bang for buck. Wal-Mart appears to do that, for 9mm, 40 S&W, 38 Special, and 357 Magnum. Not to mention, 44 Mag.

    I've just noticed, that Wal-Mart seems to carry 357 Sig, only in regional markets. Like the Southeast coast (SC, etc). Probably near LE (Law Enforcement), that carries it. I suppose.
     
    #9 MartinRiggs1987, Oct 20, 2010
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    WM's around here have it on a regular basis. Try the online stores if you're not going to reload. Georgia-Arms.com is a nice resource for it. As stated earlier, Cabelas, Bass Pro will also run some specials from time to time. One of the local gun shops here actually has it cheaper than WM most of the time, $21.99/50.

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  11. My Walmart here in PA only ever carries a very limited supply for around $28/50. That's just the Winchester White box 125gr. A friend reloads for me and keeps me happy! It is an awesome round to shoot!!!
     
  12. I picked up some WWB .40 S&W last night, and there was .357 sig right beside of the 100 rd boxes I bought. They had a lot of the russian ammo too, which I was not interested in.
     
  13. That's what I hear.
     
  14. Obviously, you got his point... Not really sure why misspelling Hornady was such an issue..

    Anyway, .357sig.. My Glock 31 is the only gun I clicked my heels w/ joy when it sold. It was cool to shoot, but factory ammo was hard to find. Finding brass to reload it was near impossible(in my area)... and frankly, it doesn't do anything special that isn't already done by the 9mm or 40.

    I'd strongly suggest learning to reload if you want to keep the .357sig

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    #14 IndyGunFreak, Oct 20, 2010
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  15. I've seen WWB in .357 Sig here at WM in NE Ohio.
     
  16. I've seen 357 SIG at Wal-Mart here in SE Kentucky too. No 38 Super or 45 Colt though, which is what I have trouble finding.:shakehead:
     
  17. So there is some in the Midwest. Hmm... Any stores in Indiana or Northwest Ohio?
     
  18. Fat finger on my Droid.
     
  19. I can find WWB in 357sig here in Texas, but then again, this is Texas!
     
  20. Yes. That's Texas. :clown:
     

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