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.357 SIG Ammo

Discussion in 'Caliber Corner' started by Scott in Houston, Feb 5, 2010.

  1. Scott in Houston

    Scott in Houston

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    .357 SIG Ammo ... was everywhere before I bought one!! :steamed:
    Total murphy's law going on here. I even bought some ammo before my gun just in case. Glad I did because now I don't see it anywhere except at overpriced stores. Wallyworld isn't stocking it like they were pre-G32 ownership! :steamed:

    Just needed to vent. I am going to start ordering from online, but just hate having to wait!
     
  2. PghJim

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    Go on line. You should be able to get on line ammo in Texas. Ammo to Go has a lot of 357 sig ammo.
     

  3. AZ Husker

    AZ Husker

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    Georgia Canned Heat: $300/1000
     
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    Check your local Academy, they always have it when I go. My local Wal-Mart always has one box of .357 sig when I go in. Don't know if that means I am the only one around here that shoots it or if I am just lucky.
     
  5. Scott in Houston

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    Yeah, both of those stores were where I bought my .357 SIG pre-ownership of the G32. Now they're both empty!

    I am ordering online. Just hate waiting! :supergrin:
     
  6. the iceman

    the iceman Proud Veteran CLM

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    I don't think they are being manufactured as much as the mainstream ammo. Almost all companies are still playing catch up.

    If you want some cheap quality ammo, order Winchester Ranger T-Series in 357sig from OMB (if you can find away around their "policy"). I believe it comes out to $22 per box of 50 and they are ALWAYS in stock so it's a few bucks cheaper than Walmarts FMJ.

    I have a few cases on hand and will be getting more. I feel like its the best kept secret in the 357sig world. Even better if you wait until they have free shipping promotions.

    http://www.ombexpress.com/c_282/p_AM779.aspx
     
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  7. Scott in Houston

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    awesome post ice! Thanks!
     
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    If you want some cheap quality ammo, order Winchester Ranger T-Series in 357sig from OMB (if you can find away around their "policy").

    Hey, Iceman. How can I get around their policy?
     
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    the iceman Proud Veteran CLM

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    I talk to them quite a bit and just the other day I was told that Winchester watches them like a hawk since they are the largest seller of Ranger ammo. It's BS that Winchester goes to great length to keep their product out of the hands of paying customers.

    I have a friend do it for me. It's about the only way for now.
     
  10. PghJim

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    Ammo to Go has 357 sig Ranger T's at a very good price if your state allows internet shipment of ammunition. If they do not, have your local gun dealer order it for you.
     
  11. Scott in Houston

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    Hit the mother load at Walmart. Bought 14 boxes at $23.97 each.
     
  12. N/Apower

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    My local wal-marts sell it for $23/box, and Bass Pro has it for about the same. The TX DPS load (Gold Dot, 54234, IIRC) can be had for around $28/50rd+S&H online.
     
  13. DowntimeLA

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    gt distributors, thank me later
     
  14. CTM_357

    CTM_357 first gen. g17

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    My local shop carries 357 sig for 18.00 a box.
     
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    During the depths of the ammo shortage my local Wal-Mart always had at least one box of WWB and usually a couple.

    In the last month I haven't seen any .357sig ammo at Wal-Mart while everything except 9mm and .380ACP seems to be coming in on a regular schedule.
     
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    That's a pretty good price for .357sig ammo. Lucky you.
     
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    I've been ordering mine from Georgia Arms and AmmunitionToGo.